In today’s episode, we’re going to be diving into the world of Personal Knowledge Management
This is a topic that is super-hot right now, and linked editing tools like Obsidian, Roam, and others are having an impact in a way that I haven’t seen since the early Evernote days.
There’s definitely something big going on here, and we’ve wanted to do an episode on it for quite some time – and there’s no one better to talk about it than Nick.
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- Top 3 Productivity Resources [2:52]
- What exactly is PKM? [7:32]
- What are the differences between standard and linked note-taking? [10:34]
- Why are emojis becoming more important in PKM? [16:10]
- What sorts of notes would Nick recommend capturing through PKM? [18:17]
- What is the most important factor in efficient PKM? [25:40]
- What are the common “best practices” for starting a PKM? [29:07]
- Which PKM app should people start with? [38:10]
- Why is Obsidian so important to the world of PKM? [43:12]
- What does Brooks think is important to factor into choosing a PKM app? [46:36]
- How does Nick utilize Obsidian on mobile devices? [48:33]
- How can a PKM change the way that you think? [50:09]
- Why are reps so important in PKM? [1:00:24]
- What does Nick think of visual representations of PKM? [1:02:26]
- What’s the best approach to PKM if you have pre-existing data to work with? [1:07:52]
- Action step to integrate today’s topic into your life [1:10:17]
- Flow, by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
- The LYT Kit
- Zettelkasten Article (The Archive)
- Obsidian for Beginners
- Productivity Academy
- Become a member of TPS+
- Take the Productivity Quiz
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