The Braindump Method – reboot your brain
Do you always have far too many things on your mind at once and don’t know which problem to tackle first? Then it’s time for a brain dump! All you need is a pen and a blank sheet of paper. In today’s magazine article, we introduce you to the clever method with which you can clear the chaos in your head in no time at all.
We all know it: sometimes there is a huge mess in our head, tasks are piling up and we don’t know what to start with. The children have to be picked up from school soon, the favourite coat has been lying freshly cleaned in the laundry for days, the application for the new project has to be submitted by the end of the month and we actually wanted to accompany our mother to a doctor’s appointment. Add to that various unanswered emails and a yawningly empty fridge. Situations like these quickly trigger stress and a feeling of being overwhelmed, virtually paralysing us and leading to dissatisfaction in the long term. To prevent this from happening in the first place, more and more people swear by the braindump method, which brings more clarity and relaxation into your everyday life with very simple means. Braindump can be translated into German as “brain drain”. The idea behind it is that you empty your head completely, get an overview of your tasks and problems and then work through them in a structured way. You don’t need more than a few minutes of time, a pen and a sheet of paper.