Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

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  • Two Famous Memoir’s – iWoz and Wishful Drinking

    IWoz & Wishful Drinking Thumb

    Today we’re going to look at two different memoirs from famous people. First, we’ll talk about Steve Wozniak’s look at his life in iWoz and then we’ll talk about Carrie Fisher’s Wishful Drinking. iWoz Steve Wozniak is the other founding Steve of Apple Computer. He’s the technical brain that invented the first Apple computers. He […]

  • The Future of Craft

    Craft X release

    Recently Craft introduced their future with Craft X. This is a new Craft Developer Platform with an API that is accessible to anyone that wants to write an extension for Craft. This is very exciting for people that use Craft to take notes because it’s going to open up unlimited customization that anyone can make. […]

  • Don’t Go Entirely Paperless

    Jamie talks about one of the issues with buying into any system, going overboard. When I was going paperless with Evernote, my experiment was to see if I could go completely paperless, so everything went into Evernote. But I found that 80% of the paper I scanned I never looked at again, even years later. […]

  • Why Problems Are Easier to Solve at Night

    Jamie says problem solving seems easier at night and he’s right. In part this is because our default mode network gets to engage at night and it only engages when we are doing nothing in particular that requires focus. We’re so busy today that the only time we don’t have some podcast playing, or music, […]

  • Automated Content Entry in Obsidian on iOS

    Automate Obsidian with Shortcuts

    Shortcuts is a powerful tool to aid in your automation on iPadOS, iOS, and now macOS. Today we’re going to look at 3 different Shortcuts I use to make taking notes with Obsidian easier from my mobile devices. Wait you said macOS too. I did but macOS Shortcuts is kind of broken so we won’t […]

  • Planning my Week on Paper

    Like most people, I’m better at talking about my weekly planning routine than actually doing it as I describe. I always try, but at least 50% of the time life happens and I don’t get to it on Friday as I want to. In today’s video, I’m going to walk you through my ideal weekly […]

  • My YouTube Planning and Publishing Workflow

    My youtube workflow

    I’ve had a few people ask about my YouTube video workflow so today’s the day I’ll share it with you.

  • Writing Goals with Word Sprint for Obsidian

    Word Sprint is for those of us that write lots and need to hit some sort of daily word target. Scrivener has a feature like this that shows you the word total for a specific writing session. I used it to finish a few books because it was a motivator to just keep going. I […]

  • Build a Focused Environment

    If your devices are set for focus it’s time to look at your environment to see if it’s set up well to get work done. Even if you don’t have the luxury of dedicated office space, you can do some things to make it easier to stay on task. First, does your office have good […]

  • Not Excited about the iPad Anymore

    Matt has a good video questioning the excitement around the iPad now. I’ve moved to Final Cut Pro from LumaFusion recently so my iPad usage has dropped in the last 3 months. If Final Cut and all the assets were available on iPad then I’d be using my iPad still instead of macOS. I still […]