Mind maps are a powerful tool for getting started with project planning, learning something new, or even making decisions.
Feeling “bored” can result in a complete lack of motivation. You don’t have the drive to pick something from your list of chores. You can’t bring yourself to do anything except watch YouTube mindlessly.
I created a free printable to manage how you schedule your Tweets.
We all need constraints to operate effectively. In the world of creators, creative constraints allow us to focus our energy and concentration in the right place.
Learn how to overcome the dreaded blank page with this free eBook.
As someone that is interested in systems and workflows, I’m always curious about the tools other people use to make them more productive.
In the world of content creation, we’re always creating new things. New blog posts, new videos, podcasts, and social media posts.
The whole idea of creativity and being creative is underestimated in today’s world.
As I sit down to write this article, I’m not starting from scratch.
I enjoy writing my articles using Markdown as it offers a lot of benefits. I’m able to write without distraction. Plus my hands never need to leave the keyboard to format what I’m writing.
Cognitive Surplus was a thought-provoking but enjoyable book to read. It raised a lot of great points about the world we currently live in. A world where people are actively consuming media and have lots of “free time” when compared with previous generations.
I recently revised my content creation workflow to tie in better with my goal to develop a consistent writing habit. With that in mind, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share with you my simplified writing workflow for content creation.
The War Of Art focuses on the topics of resistance and procrastination. It offers lots of insight into how these can negatively affect our creative output and general ability to get work done.
Just because you’ve left school doesn’t mean that you should stop learning. In fact, I would argue that you should never stop learning new things.
Jumpstart your Knowledge Management System with my hand-crafted vault of literature notes. This is built in Notion.
I’ve been writing quite a bit about goals, reviews, and routines lately as a result of the new year and that’s going to continue in today’s article.
At the start of a fresh new year, or when you’re planning out the week ahead during your weekly review, it can be tempting to pile on more and more things to your to-do list.
As an avid Obsidian user, I am always curious to learn how I can get the most out of this application.
Each time I re-read The Bullet Journal Method, I come away with something new that resonates with me. This book has inspired a pen and paper revolution among those of us that were previously slaves to our digital devices.
From reading Steal Like An Artist, I learned how to become more confident in sharing the work that I create. By learning that nothing is truly original, simply a mashup of other ideas, I learned how to harness my creativity to generate ideas that are unique to me.
In this article, I would like to walk you through my Notion Library setup.
Reading Show Your Work unlocked the motivation I needed to be more confident in sharing my thoughts with the world. This is a helpful book for content creators, knowledge workers, and creatives alike.
How To Take Smart Notes completely changed the way I look at reading books and taking notes based on what I watch, read, and listen to. This is a must-read for anyone that really enjoys reading but wants to get even more value and insight from the books they read.