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3 Best Executive Notebooks to Take Your Notebooking to the Next Level

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This article showcases our top picks for the ‘Best Executive Notebook’. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). 

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

VALERY Classic Leather Notebook

This product was recommended by Jerome Burns from SleepFeather

Love vintage? This vintage-looking executive and travel notebook has a special, elegant Tree Of Life cover design. It comes with a Victorian-era touch that any devoted writer will appreciate. The VALERY classic leather notebook has thick paper to handle most daily writing. It’s fountain pens friendly thus a favorite for most executives. You can also use it as a daily diary or present it as a gift to someone.


Rhodia Meeting Book

This product was recommended by Rostislav Shetman from 9Kilo Moving

This is perfect for people who are constantly in and out of meetings, this is perfect if you are an executive who needs to consume and store all the brainstorming notes and discussions well. Each of the 80 pages on the Rhodia Meeting Book has clearly defined sections of the date, notes and actions so you can keep track of all your ideas and everything that is on your to-do list. The notebook is extremely sturdy and is weatherproof. Their signature acid-free 80 gsm paper is a delight to write on with both fountain pen and gel pens. This is definitely the ideal notebook for executives.


Lemome Thick Classic Notebook

This product was recommended by Mark Stephenson from How To Shoe

The first thing you note about this notebook is its leather cover, which strong and long-lasting. It also comes with an elastic pen loop you can use to store your writing tools. The best apart of this notebook is the page dividers, you can use to organize your notebook into several sections.


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