Most of us have little time to learn. But we're always learning, even in small bursts throughout the day. The question is: how can we remember the useful bits? In this session, Ramses Oudt (community manager at Logseq) showcases how he captures what he learns. Using the power of outlines, links and queries, he's able to feed his brain and turn his notes into a personal wiki.
You'll learn in this session:
- Best practices for writing in an outliner
- Techniques for internalizing knowledge
- Retrieving notes using queries
A teacher by training, Ramses became a technical consultant through self-education. By learning in bits and pieces, he's been able to pivot into completely different careers—while making the process fun.
📌 Find out more about Ramses and his work here:
What is Linking Your Thinking?
We need you to share your
unique perspective and ideas
with the rest of us.
Linking your thinking is where you connect ideas to help you think critically and creatively; fluidly and flexibly; connectively and joyfully—in a way that accumulates in value for them over time.
Linked thinking leads to the following outcomes:
1. The ability to stay psychologically grounded in a turbulent world
2. More unique and valuable contributions
I can't attend the live sessions. Will there be a recording?
Yes. Recordings will be sent within the week to those who register for that event.
How much is each event?
The entire conference is completely free.
How do I start linking my thinking?
Get reps during this conference!
Then play in the LYT Kit 6 sandbox. Download a working PKM system of over 300 notes. Experiment. Make links. See what works for you.
And if you’re ready for the next step, join our 6-week live online workshop and learn the Linking Your Thinking frameworks with several high-touch live sessions with Nick—plus support from our team, PKM experts, and our community of 1,600+ students from 60+ countries.
The next workshop starts on June 14th, 2022, and we’re opening the main enrollment on May 22nd.