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[BPN #43] Believing in YOUR Productivity System + Visual PKM

Welcome to the Boldly Productive Newsletter!

We're down to the last article in the productivity principles series. I hope you've been enjoying it and have found it useful. Please let me know in the comments, or give this newsletter a thumbs up below.

Also in this edition is a new take on personal knowledge management using visual notes, or Sketchnotes. It's been fun to explore this way of approaching PKM, and I'm in love with it so far!

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Trust: Believe in the Productivity System YOU Create

In the previous article in this series I talked about the need to Simplify your productivity system from time to time.

The same goes for creating content.

This article is going to be a little different than those that came before. I've included a supporting Sketchnote in each of these articles, but this time I'm going to let the Sketchnote speak for itself. It's a good enough summary of what I'd like to say on the final principle in FIRST, Trust.

Building a Visual Zettelkasten in GoodNotes

I love taking visual notes.

I love personal knowledge management.

I haven't found many resources around combining the two.

So, I explored the idea myself 😁

I recently came across a guide for creating a Zettelkasten in Obsidian, which sparked some ideas on how I could do the same thing inside my favorite visual notes app, GoodNotes.

I went ahead with those ideas, and here's how it went:

Read / Watch List:

Notes and ideas from others to explore

Article: Obsidian Zettelkasten Starter Guide
This is the Obsidian Zettelkasten guide I based my visual Zettelkasten in GoodNotes on. It's the best introduction to personal knowledge management I've come across.

Video: How to Leverage Being an Introvert | Simon Sinek
Don't let being an introvert stop you from achieving your goals.

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