Superorganizers

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Hunting Knowledge with Eric Jorgenson

How the author of The Almanack of Naval Ravikant curates wisdom

40 🔒 Nov 20, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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Polina Marinova Pays Attention to the Little Things

How the creator of The Profile learned to read people — and used it to create a popular newsletter

39 🔒 May 15, 2020

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A Sneak Peak At a Next Generation Personal CRM

A preview of Clay + access to Hebbia.ai

38 🔒 Nov 11, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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How to never lose another memory again

The co-creator of Flow State explains what happens when you put your entire life in bullet points.

38 🔒 Jun 18, 2020

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Forget Forgetting. Build a Zettelkasten.

A networked note-taking method to help you remember more and write better

37 🔒 Mar 5, 2020

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Validating a Side Hustle

How Justin Mares validated the idea that became a successful D2C company

37 Feb 13, 2021 by Justin Mares

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The Science of Productivity Cycles

Why we get tired of our workspaces, and why new environments stimulate productivity

37 🔒 Sep 3, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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The Fourfold Book Index

How I Take Book Notes

37 🔒 May 22, 2020

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Organizing Superorganizers

Happy Saturday! For a long time I’ve wanted to make the Superorganizers archive more useful. There’s a ton of information in there, but the

37 🔒 Aug 22, 2020

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What’s Going On When Hard Work Seems Impossible?

Work and procrastination are controlled by the neurotransmitter dopamine. We explore dopamine's role in productivity, and what it means for getting yourself unstuck.

36 🔒 Oct 23, 2020 by Jonathan Shi

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The Opportunity in Productivity

A tour of the big ideas in new productivity app mymind

33 🔒 Jul 2, 2020

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Action Item: How to become indistractable

We break down Nir Eyal's system for turning down the noise and getting work done

33 🔒 Nov 6, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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When Content Becomes Your King

Matt D’Avella on creator burnout and building an audience for the long run

33 Mar 9, 2021 by Dan Shipper and Kieran O‘Hare

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The Truth About Mental Models with Shane Parrish

Farnam Street’s founder talks about learning loops, how to read, and how to avoid bullshit

32 🔒 May 6, 2021 by Dan Shipper and Kieran O‘Hare

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How James Clear is Writing His Next Book

Asana, Google Docs, and Meeting Readers Where they Are

32 Sep 9, 2021 by Dan Shipper and Kieran O‘Hare

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Review: Centered.app

The mindful todo list app that's been keeping me focused this week

32 🔒 May 7, 2020

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Is it new or does it suck?

A lot of people ask me for advice on how to get started writing. The pattern I see is fairly repetitive: They get inspired by something. The

31 🔒 Jul 11, 2020

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How To Build A Digital Zettelkasten

Effortlessly link ideas together with Roam Research. It’s like a bank account for your brain

30 🔒 Apr 1, 2020

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Organize Your Week with the Weekly Priority Sheet

This week’s article is dedicated to the memory of George Floyd and the millions of people who have suffered racial injustice in America. Na

30 🔒 Jun 5, 2020

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Week 25

25 weeks ago, in November 2019, I wrote this in my Notion: - Write and publish a Superorganizers interview once a week - Find a partner to w

29 🔒 May 16, 2020

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Spatial Organization

How to find patterns and insights in your notes

29 🔒 Oct 2, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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Cognitive Behavioral Productivity

How you can use psychology to get unstuck

29 🔒 Dec 9, 2020 by Jonathan Shi

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Dan Shipper: The Sultan of Superorganizers

We turn the tables to reveal the systems and processes he uses to run his life

29 Mar 25, 2021 by Kieran O‘Hare

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Cultivating Flow

Remembering Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, discoverer of Flow

29 🔒 Nov 9, 2021 by Flow State

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Productivity Cycles

Let me know if you’ve ever felt this way: Everything is piling up. Emails, todos, housework, bills, taxes, books to read. It’s endless. You

28 🔒 Feb 27, 2020