I've struggled with building the habit of sitting down to organize my notes or even reviewing my old notes. I've personally started using RemNote because it automatically surfaces ideas that I thought were useful. If I realize that one of my flashcards is from a note that needs to move the archive, I do it then. This article covered the how, I'd love to see one about the "when." Have you considered creating a second brain cheatsheet? Perhaps something like a checklist that you can follow when you sit down to do knowledge work. I find that when I decide I want to review/organize notes, I struggle to figure out where to even start. Something like a checklist/process might really help.

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21. I like building things. Currently working on http://getseeko.com. Previously engineering @shopify

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21. I like building things. Currently working on http://getseeko.com. Previously engineering @shopify

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