What Will I Experience in this 6-Week Program?
1. A new video unit drops every Friday.
- You receive 60+ minutes of video each week.
- each unit will cover a crucial element of the latest theory and practice on how to excel at linking your thinking.
- June 1st - Orientation
- We prepare for a successful experience.
- Live sessions every Tuesday and Wednesday.
- We review the latest curriculum insights.
- We get hands-on time in breakout rooms.
- We rapidly develop our systems and ideas.
- We get and receive feedback to instantly iterate.
- July 13th - Presentations & Closing Ceremony
- We review our progress, some of us present, and we look to the future.
- We get better, faster, together.
- Previous students are blown away at the surprise value of learning from the rest of the LYT Community.
What Will I Get in this 6-Week Workshop?
Over the 6 units consisting of over 88 lessons, you will learn how to apply the LYT frameworks.
You will use it to develop your own custom knowledge management system.
You'll never look at an idea the same way again.
By the end of the workshop, you'll have truly changed the way you think.
🎵 Note-taking vs Note-making
✨ Idea Emergence
🤗 Making relationships between notes
🔬 Defining your PKM use cases
📈 Progressive Ideation
🌲 Evergreen notes
🌊 Fluid thinking
💡 Prompts for note-making
✋ Mental Squeeze Points
🗾 Higher-order notes
🏷 Smartly using tags
📂 Smartly using folders
🕸 How to work with structure
🔊 Signal vs Noise
📚 How to process things
🎁 Outputting & Packaging
A Workshop Designed and Led by Nick Milo
He's used his digital notes to produce and act in two indie feature films, along with a bunch of other typical uses like writing, tracking, and journaling.
Most recently, Nick used his digital notes as the foundation for his entrance into the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, where he accelerated his career by developing 4 major MOCs under the topics of: The Industry, Relationships, Storytelling, and the Craft of Editing.
In the span of one year, he went from being a PA (essentially getting people coffee), to being the assistant editor on a feature film (working for a brilliant Emmy winning editor), to getting his first credit as an editor (a 5x upgrade in pay).
While being in the "right place at the right time" certainly played a role, so did having a system of digital notes that he could develop and trust — notes that have been compounding in value for him with each passing year.