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Permanent Notes

At the end of each day, process the 2 types of notes (fleeing and literature). Consider how they relate to your work or interests, and how they support/contradict what you already know. Then, create your permanent notes.

These could be a recap of what you’ve learned, questions to be answered, reflections, new ideas or ways to combine existing ideas.

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Into habits, productivity hacks and time-management.

Notes as a long-term resource

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