You now know how to use “Mental Index Card” to present all your important financial thoughts to yourself. Also you know how to be in “Alpha Mind” so that you can get more from the power of your subconscious mind. That’s good, but how will you remember all your important financial thoughts which comes throughout the day?
Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organized, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit. – William Pollard
You need right tools to grab your world of financial thoughts. As and when there is an important financial thought pops up, you should be in a position to record the same.
Below are few excellent tools which can be very handy:
Evernote: This is one of the most popular note-taking applications available. With Evernote you will be able to fulfill all your note taking requirements. In addition to the text notes you can upload images, upload PDF, maintain links and even take audio notes. Evernote stores all your contents in Cloud, so you do not have to maintain your local copy. Evernote is not only available in mobile platforms like Android, iOS or windows phone, it also available for your PC and for your browsers. This means it has multi platform support and hence you can access your Evernote account from any device and from anywhere.
Google “Keep”: It helps to take notes, make lists, capture audio notes and store images. It has mobile application, also has web version. With your google account you can access your “Keep” from any device.
Microsoft OneNote: This is available for Windows computers, Windows Phones, iPhones, iPads, Androids; you can also use the free Office Web App in most web browsers. You can share your notes with other person via a shared link, this is helpful when you work as a team.
With any application mentioned above, you can start taking notes on your important financial thoughts. This will also will help you in the later time when you will access your notes to understand how your mind works with respect to personal finance.