Obsidian – the second brain
In the era of information and millions of articles to read and remember, your brain is overwhelmed.
Instead of memorizing everything, better store it in your digital second brain.
In the Obsidian application.
There are news, books, articles, papers, blog posts, twits, videos, podcasts. Hundreds, thousands, millions a day.
And you only have 1 brain. It’s powerful, yes, but instead of torturing it with millions of data, let it do what it’s best at: think.
And store all this data in your second, digital brain.
If you don’t know how to do it, don’t worry. I’ll show you. Step by step. How to work with Obsidian’s second brain.
“Obsidian – the second brain” course
Learn Obsidian basic and advanced features. Starting from notes, tags and links finishing on most useful plugins.
Learn how to easily keep notes from: books, articles, videos, blog posts, podcasts and more. Keep your Obsidian with you using mobile and sync options.
Learn how to build your TODOs and Kanban flows and leverage Obsidian for true multitasking workflows.
Connect the dots
Learn how to combine your notes and find surprising connections between thoughts and ideas using the Zettelkasten method. Let your brain think, not remember.
Learn how to create different graphics to better remember, learn and create ideas and thoughts.
Learn how to use Obsidian to work with: meetings, daily journals, book notes, and more with our sample workflows and templates.
With the video course you get:
💙 Over 7 hours of material in 6 modules of 6 lessons
💙 6 templates for workflows like: daily journaling, meetings, books and websites notes, projects and Zettelkasten
💙 Access to the Value Architecture Forum with like-minded people that care about productivity
💙 Learn about plugins: Data View, Excalidraw, Kanban board, Calendar and Periodic Notes, Templater, Advanced Tables, Mind Map, Diagrams, Obsidian Charts, Obsidian Publish, Obsidian Sync, Quick Add, Book Search, Taskbone OCR, Read It Later, RSS Reader
Create notes and own them. Don’t be overwhelmed by knowledge. Connect the dots. This is a view of my notes (as dots) connected to each other.
Module 1 (First notes)
Lesson 1: First note – installation
Lesson 2: Add structure to notes
Lesson 3: Add tags and icons
Lesson 4: Linking your thoughts
Lesson 5: Walking a path of knowledge
Lesson 6: Visualize the knowledge
Module 2 (Your private garden)
Lesson 1: Just relax in your garden
Lesson 2: Look under the hood
Lesson 3: Help from the community
Lesson 4: Find what you look for
Lesson 5: DataView search
Lesson 6: DataView search scenarios
Module 3 (Visualize your knowledge)
Lesson 1: Use the canvas
Lesson 2: Canvas scenarios
Lesson 3: Drawing with Excalidraw
Lesson 4: Excalidraw scenarios
Lesson 5: Integrate diagrams
Lesson 6: Use charts for statistics
Module 4 (On visuals and into productivity)
Lesson 1: Diagrams from text
Lesson 2: Summary for visuals
Lesson 3: Embedding media
Lesson 4: Productivity without a mouse
Lesson 5: The Kanban board
Lesson 6: The Pomodoro timer
Module 5 (Publishing your digital garden)
Lesson 1: Gardening
Lesson 2: Obsidian Publish
Lesson 3: Obsidian Sync
Lesson 4: Publish and sync by yourself
Lesson 5: Backup
Lesson 6: Licenses
Module 6 (Workflows)
Lesson 1: Daily
Lesson 2: Meetings
Lesson 3: Project
Lesson 4: Books
Lesson 5: Websites
Lesson 6: Zettelkasten