Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
How many brilliant ideas have you forgotten? How many insights have you failed to take action on?
We feel constant pressure to be reading, listening, and watching informational content. And yet, where has all that knowledge gone? Where is it when we need it? Our brain can only store a few t...
1. Borrowed Creativity
2. The Capture Habit
3. Idea Recycling
4. Proyects Over Categories
5. Slow Burns
6. Start with abundance
7. Intermediate Packets
8. You only know what you make
9. Make it easier for your future self
10. Keep your ideas m...
Instead of starting from scratch, you can use other people's ideas and put them together with your own, and create something that benefits you.
That way, you spend time creating what you need to reach your goals, instead of wasting hours trying to start from zero.
Our mind is fragile, therefore every idea, thought or information that interests us must be captured and recorded either manually or digitally.
Example: When reading a book, listening to a podcast, or any activity about a certain topic, if you find something that resonates wi...
Reusing our own ideas in several projects is an activity that can be very useful to us since we not only relate the new information with what we already have but in this way we avoid starting a project with a blank mind.
When capturing an idea, instead of categorizing it in a folder, it is better to join it with other documents that have a clear objective such as a project or activity.
Example: You want to be more productive, gather all the ideas that help to that end.
Although you could finish a project, task or activity if you focus on it for a long period of time, this does not mean that you should do it.
You will end up exhausted and limited to advance one project at a time. Instead, dividing your schedule into different activities and repeati...
Do not start with a blank page, when dealing with a new topic, you may have read or saved some information that is related to it, therefore you can use these papers or researches that you did to start and have a better vision on the subject.
Known as a block of content or information in an essay. It is like a section or paragraph in the paper, you can take them and use them in other projects.
If you can, memorize the blocks of information that can help you in the future so that you can insert t...
We can see, listen, and read all kinds of things that interest us, but at the end of the day what we are going to be left with is everything we do with that information, whether it is a summary of these materials or some other activity such as writing your opinion or thoughts abo...
Create documents or files that your future self can easily understand, use your own words, make mind maps, or do your own summaries because you will most likely forget everything you are learning now.
Example: The infographic at the beginning is a good example, it sy...
It doesn't matter how much information you're storing in your second brain if you don't put it into practice, it's useless for it to be there accumulating.
Example: We all know that exercising is good, but not all of us practice it.
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Amazing ideas which can not just help you stash mindfully but also how to connect with them again and put those ideas to use.
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The PARA method has helped me organize the information I collect into actionable things like uploading a post or finishing a university assignment.
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