Voice notes are a great way to capture thoughts and ideas. But there are so many devices on which to record them, which one is best? Common options include the "Voice Notes" application available on most cell phones, a pocket recorder or even your MP3 player.
However, there's an even better and more convenient option, one that's probably been available to you for years - your office voice mail box. To record a thought while driving, simply use a headset to voice dial your office and leave a message for yourself. No fumbling with other clumsy devices required. You'll be reminded of the information upon your return when you check your messages. Of course, as with any call, you can save the thought for later retrieval.
One final thought: is calling yourself like talking to yourself?