We usually associate a PKM system with cold data, rational thinking, and managing info.
I’ll show you it’s not. It goes far beyond.
I name “PKeM” my PKM system.
“e” represents “EMOTIONS”.
A PKeM is a system to manage your emotions based on data.
It’s the perfect combination. You use your knowledge to go deep into your inner self.
My PKeM Workflow
Using a PKeM, you start writing, but it leads you to happiness.
Here’s the simple journey:
To understand how a PKeM works, I’ll share some examples so that you can get the idea.
EXAMPLE 1: WINS
When you start writing down your small victories, and your PKeM shows them in your reviews:
- You get motivated.
- You see you’ve done much more than you thought.
- Your mood changes.
- Your PKeM begins to “fuel up” your life.
EXAMPLE 2: DISAPPOINTMENTS
When you start writing down your disappointments, and your PKeM shows them in your reviews:
- You begin trying to find solutions.
- You know the things that annoy you.
- You start solving them.
EXAMPLE 3: QUESTIONS
When your PKeM forces you to reply to specific questions:
- You start digging deeply into thoughts.
- You begin an amazing journey to your deepest inner self.
- You have a way and direction based on common sense.
EXAMPLE 4: FEELINGS
When you write down your feelings in your PKeM:
- It begins to be your closest friend.
- It begins to be a way to release everything you have in your head.
- It leads you to freedom.
EXAMPLE 5: INTUITION
Your PKeM forces you to use your intuition:
- Your subconscious becomes a main character in your life.
- You take advantage of gut feelings.
- You begin to combine rationality and feelings.
EXAMPLE 6: PHILOSOPHY
When your PKeM forces you to think so deep:
- You analyze your deepest core values.
- You pay attention to the things that matter to you.
- You begin moving those thoughts into actions.
- Allows you to use your knowledge to go deep into your deepest inner self.
- It’s not a cold world of knowledge. It’s a world of feelings, emotions, and sensations.
You start writing but end up in happiness.