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Top 5 Underrated Roam Research Features

Roam Research is becoming really popular these days but there are lots of underrated features you may not know of that can help improve your workflow. Here's a look at my favorites!

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How Learning SQL Taught Me to Think Systematically

SQL is a great tool if you need to learn some basic data analytics. But more than that, it can change the way you to think and solve problems. I think everyone should learn it.

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Digital Studio #00: A Tour of my Personal Digital Studio

As an exercise for a series that I want to start where I document the Digital Studios of different creators and knowledge thinkers, I take you through my own Digital Studio. Check out what tools I'm using on a day to day basis.

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Why you don’t always have to be productive

People think they always have to be productive. I disagree with this and here is why.

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Your Twitter Feed is a Cluster Duck

Twitter Lists have changed the way I interact with Twitter. They help me cut through the noise and find the valuable stuff I'm looking for.

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How to Survive the Age of Information Exhaustion

There is a lot of content out there and you don't have to read all of it. Here is a good system on how I filter and read only select writing.

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So You Want to Start a Newsletter?

Tips and tricks to start a newsletter in 2020. Some guidance on format, structure, and tools to get you started.

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Why is Consistency Necessary but Not Sufficient?

Consistency is good but it isn't the only thing that leads to success. In order to become truly good at something, you need consistency but also intention.

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The Independence of Solitude

In the midst of a crowd keep the perfect sweetness of solitude. A timeless quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson that I try and embody.

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Why You Should Join Online Communities

Communities are all the hype and for the right reasons. If you know what you're looking for and have an idea of what you want to gain, then joining a community is a great way to meet like-minded people and have built in accountability.

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