Prompts help you structure your thinking with journaling templates based on the most useful mental models & frameworks.
How to use frameworks for journaling?
Choose a framework from the frameworks list and click on 'Start Journaling'. This starts a new entry and opens the framework in the copilot sidebar.
Choose a framework from the drop-down menu and click on 'Journaling'. This opens the framework in the copilot sidebar.
Now start to answer the questions one by one in the text editor. They structure your thinking and guide your thought process based on the framework.
How to add questions to editor?
Copy all questions in a framework to the text editor by clicking 'Add questions to editor'.
Copy all questions in a framework to the text editor by clicking the icon in the top right corner.
Change copilot size
Click on the white bar (|) to drag and adjust the size.
What are the components of a framework?
The origin of our journaling templates is rooted in both neuroscience and a desire for simplicity.
Writing is a sophisticated form of thinking. It’s hard to sit down and think. Making your thoughts visual with words makes it much easier for your brain to organize information and make sense of things.
You don’t need better answers. You need better questions. The better the questions, the more insightful and robust the answers and possibilities created. Questions help you think about a problem or situation where you are uncertain (or too certain), stuck, or unrealistic in your thinking.
Data and knowledge are only useful when it solves a problem at hand. Otherwise, your mind disregards it as not necessary. We serve you the knowledge when your mind is hungry for it, so you can make more connections and come up with valuable insights.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple." – Steve Jobs