While note-taking seems easy at first, it can get complicated fast.
I help people build a note-taking system that produces something.
I don’t want you to just take notes for the sake of taking notes. I want you to produce something of value with your notes. I want to help you build a process for taking your notes, processing them, and getting value out of them.
A good process is tool agnostic
There are a few ways I can help you.
- If you’re finding it hard to know where to put your notes, I can help you build a good process to get your notes into your system.
- If you never get back to processing your notes, I will help you build priority around processing them so you can make better connections.
- If you’re not producing what you want with your notes, I’ll help you start making progress.
- If you’ve got a team I can help you centralize your documentation so that you don’t have silo’s where knowledge gets lost.
After seeing several of his videos on YouTube, I reached out to Curtis. We worked together over several sessions on technical details within Obsidian, possible workflows, and suggested best practices – a key one for me was using the random note plug-in to seed a session and start making connections. I really enjoyed his ability to grasp both what I was interested in doing and where I needed help getting unstuck.Rob S PhD
If you’re interesting in getting started the best way is to book an introduction video call to talk about your needs.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started improving your note systems.