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Nat Eliason is Living in The Matrix - Superorganizers

Nat Eliason is Living in The Matrix - Superorganizers

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how Roam’s first prophet organizes his life... I think of Roam as a low friction database oriented around tying ideas together over time... other note-taking app... work kind of like a filing cabinet...

each project I do gets its own page in Roam... at least two tags to it: #Projects... #Active ... I’m actively working on it... automatically gets tracked in my Projects page ... everything that I’m actively working on, or want to work on in the future... [other tags] serve as the top levels of my project categories ... Within... break out projects by status: Active, Someday / Maybe or Completed... Roam allows me to compile this Project Page automatically ... a query command...

I make a Weekly Plan ... drag each Project over from the sidebar view of my Active Projects page into my Weekly Plan and then add todos underneath them... [then] plan out my goals for each day... its own page... list as todos ...

Morning Pages ... every morning to help get whatever’s in my head out onto paper...

the only CRM that I’ve tried that I’ve been able to maintain... create a page for someone I’m meeting, and then add a bunch of tags ... automatically collects every reference to a person ...

personal knowledge management system. For each book I read, I’ll create a page ... track my highlights, summaries, and key ideas ... track who recommended a book... ties back to ... CRM ...

highlights track quotes ... along with their page numbers... Readwise app ... converts the image to text... export the text out of Readwise and into Roam... makes it easier for me to use them in my own writing later... whenever I’m starting an article I’ll create a new page for it... pulling notes from my Roam ...

cleanliness and the beautiful formatting and layout actually gets in the way of making things intuitive ...

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