Every time we create a note or make an edit, we can make it just a little easier to find and make use of next time.
This can include:
saving packets of knowledge in a format that our future self can easily consume, we follow a “pay it forward” strategy that we get to benefit from in the future!
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Begin to think of your projects as made up of discrete parts. I call them “intermediate packets,” which can include any kind of content we’ve already mentioned: a set of notes from a team meeting, a list of relevant research findings,etc
Instead of trying to sit down and move the entire pro...
Save anything that “resonates” with you on an intuitive level
This is often because it connects to something you care about, wonder about, or find inherently intriguing. By training ourselves to notice when something resonates with us at a deeper level, we improve not only our ability to s...
Instead of organizing your files primarily by topic (for example, web design or psychology), which is time-consuming and mentally taxing, organize them according to the projects you are actively working on. This ensures that you are consuming information with a purpose – to advance your ...
Add value to a note every time you touch it
This could include adding an informative title the first time you come across a note, highlighting the most important points the next time you see it, and adding a link to a related note sometime later. By spreading out the heavy ...
Your second brain will serve as an extension of your mind, not only protecting you from the ravages of forgetfulness but also amplifying your efforts as you take on creative challenges.
We spend a significant portion of our careers creating snippets of text, outlines, photos, videos, sketches, diagrams, webpages, notes, or documents. Yet without a little extra care to preserve these valuable resources, our precious knowledge remains siloed and scattered across d...
The first step in building a second brain is “capturing” the ideas and insights you think are worth saving. How do you do that?
Think like a curator - Make conscious, strategic decisions about what you consume. As you come across social media updates, online articles, and podcasts throughou...
A common challenge for people who love to learn is that they constantly force feed themselves more and more information, but never actually put it to use.
But information only becomes knowledge – something personal, embodied, grounded – when we put it to use. That’s why we should ...
By consistently sharing your work with others – whether that is your family, friends, colleagues, or externally on social media – all sorts of benefits will start to materialize. You’ll connect with new collaborators who you never would have imagined would find your work compelling.
Each note in your second brain is a record of something you’ve experienced in your life – whether that is from reading a book, having an interesting conversation, or completing a project at work. With all your most valuable ideas at your fingertips at all times, you never need to struggle and str...
Generalist. Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people.
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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Acting upon the reality of who you are now versus who you want to become is an important part of caring for your future self.
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