Supernotes is a new contender in the note-taking/personal knowledge management app space. But does it stack up?
Justin’s OmniFocus experiment fails, which sends him on a thought exploration of failing to build an effective productivity system.
How do you organize your notes in Obsidian? This week, Justin shares a simple way to get started called the IMF Framework by Nick Milo.
Routines are powerful, but the most powerful routines are ones that are intentional, purposeful, and point you in the right direction. This week, Justin discusses five helpful tips in building better routines.
Note-taking methodologies like Zettelkasten and Evergreen Notes focus on writing permanent notes from other kinds of notes. The question for you might be: how do I write a permanent note? This week, Justin reveals his simple process for doing so.
Justin settles on using OmniFocus on iPad only, and shares his thoughts on restructuring it to use a single list with tags.
Taking notes on books, podcasts, and articles is an important way to process through information and ultimately translate it into knowledge. How would you start taking literature notes? We provide a simple method for writing literature notes in this video using Obsidian.
This week we’re joined by Matias Hernandez, a software engineer based in Chile. We have a great conversation about routines, not putting too much pressure on yourself, and working remotely from a small town.
Roam Research and Obsidian are similar apps, but have very different features and implementations. How do you know which one is right for you? In this video, we aim to help you answer just that question.
Justin switches to Linux and shares some advice he’s learning right now about hustle and hard work.