How to never lose another memory again

The co-creator of Flow State explains what happens when you put your entire life in bullet points.

Editor’s note: We’ve anonymized the interview subject’s identity at his request.

Seven years ago on July 4th, MC bought his mom a Mother’s Day gift. 

We don’t know why MC bought his mom a gift on that date, two months after Mother’s Day. All we know is that it happened on a day when he did laundry, went for a light jog, and finally finished the sixth season of 30 Rock.

We know these little details now, because MC wrote it all down. In fact, he writes everything down. 

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