We will take our first steps in understanding what tools are available at our disposal and define a framework to understanding their place in the system. This will setup a foundation for structuring using ClickUp.
Category: Win at Work
Fellow traveler seeks order & creativity in Work & life
In this article we will talk about Workflow design. What it means, what it is made of and how it looks like in practice. Later, I will illustrate the fundamentals of workflow design and suggest some of the online tools available
In this article, we will focus on two things:
– make you familiar with the big-picture tools of Obsidian
– speed up your workflow
If you have not yet heard of Obsidian, then this article is perfect for you. At the end of this article you will have the necessary information to create an interconnected extension of your thoughts and ideas
Ideas do not happen in a vacuum. Slow hunches meet the adjacent possible in a liquid environment of connected thoughts to blossom into them. This article will help you understand what nature and the history of innovation can teach you about having more ideas.
Let me introduce you to the idea of Networked Note-taking and what it can do to your idea engine. We will also talk about a few applications for this new style of approaching a notes management system.
In this article I will give you a tour of my personal Life OS setup. This includes a quick overview of my daily hardware, followed by the software and apps that make this possible. I will talk about how they come together using actual workflows.
Continuing our journey into building a Life OS. This installment crafts the logic of our digital extension and equips you to design your own
A structured revisit of Graham Allcott’s 2014 book, “How to be a Productivity Ninja”. Designing a powerful infographic to convey the core message of the book and cover the key insights from the author
This article is an invitation to follow along if you would like to know more about what a Life OS is and to decide if it is for you. If you decide to get onboard, then this article becomes Part 1 of an ongoing series in creating and maintaining a Life OS.