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Process

62: Just Say No to Hustle

Justin switches to Linux and shares some advice he’s learning right now about hustle and hard work.

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Productivity

Justin’s Obsidian Workflow – July 2020

Join Justin on a tour of his Obsidian note-taking setup, including the principles he uses from Zettelkasten and Evergreen notes.

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Remotely Working

10: Will Galvin’s Remote Work Origin Story

This week we’re joined by Will Galvin, founder of Giga-Green Technologies in Fargo, ND — a fully remote managed IT service provider. Will joins us to share his remote work origin story.

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Productivity

Taking Notes in Markdown

Markdown is commonly used in many note-taking apps. How do you use it? Why is Markdown a good choice for your note system? We answer these questions and more in today’s video.

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Process

61: Why I Switched to Obsidian

Obsidian has become Justin’s favorite personal knowledge management tool. This week, he discusses why, plus an analogy as to why productivity tools are like coffee gear.

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Productivity

Obsidian – Work on Mobile with 1Writer

Obsidian does not yet have a mobile client, so what you should use in the meantime? For iPadOS and iOS, the answer is 1Writer.

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Remotely Working

9: Kids & Working Remotely with Matt Ragland

This week, YouTuber Matt Ragland joins us to discuss analog productivity, working remotely as a parent, and journaling.

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Productivity

Obsidian: The Basics of Taking Notes

Next-generation note taking tools like Obsidian offer vast flexibility in how you use and structure your data. But if you’re just getting going, where do you get started?

In this video we discuss the basics of taking notes in Obsidian so you can get going on the right foot.

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Remotely Working

8: Focus Resources for Deeper Learning

We round out our deep dive on the topic of FOCUS with a number of resources you can learn more on the topic.

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Productivity

Obsidian: The Power of Backlinks

Obsidian and Roam Research offer a unique toolset to build a knowledge graph. What is it? Why are backlinks so powerful? Should you use it?