PTPL 022: Taming Obsidian 1.0, and 3 Questions For People Who Recommend Books to You
Plus-Thinking this could be the last time, can profoundly change the way you do things
Welcome to the 22nd in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey — exploring productivity through a future-proof, plain text mindset, with a soft spot for the paper that counts.
Today I’ll be talking about —
How realising this could be the last time you do something, can profoundly change the way you do it (inspired by Stephan Joppich)
3 questions to ask someone when they have a book recommendation for you (from Tiago Forte)
Book summary services — Shortform and Readitforme
How I’m coping with Obsidian version 1.0 (it’s been rough, but things are better now)
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Reading ‘The Last Time:’ A Simple Idea to Savor Your Life, by Stephan Joppich, was 6 minutes well spent. It’s not a practical, procedural productivity tip, but it does present an idea that could change the fo…
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