Author and digital product designer Ryder Carroll knew that if he could create a methodology to help him focus he could unlock his full potential.
Ryder struggled with attention deficit disorder(ADD) from a young age, and when he was growing up, couldn’t find many resources to help him focus. After years of trial and error figuring out how to best organize his own life, Ryder took matters into his own hands and developed a new organizational methodology: bullet journaling.
Soon after, bullet journaling started to explode in popularity, helping a wide-range of people better organize their lives. But as Ryder’s methodology gained more renown, he noticed that it was becoming harder and harder to truly connect with his fellow enthusiasts. More than anything, he wanted to make sure they were getting the information, instruction, and connection they needed to succeed.
Today, Ryder is doing just that with his paid membership site BuJo U. For only $5.00 a month, members of BuJo U gain access to a dedicated community space for bullet journalers around the world to connect, learn, and share about bullet journaling.