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3 Things I Learned Last Week #48 – Master Goals, Maximize Time, Magnify Creativity!

Welcome to the 48th (Whoa, that’s almost 50 โ€“ party planning starts now!) edition of “3 Things I Learned Last Week”! ๐ŸŒŸ

Buckle up, fellow knowledge adventurers, as I take you on a wild ride through the jungle of my brain. This newsletter is like a blender โ€“ mixing insights and key takeaways from my recent explorations into a delightful brain smoothie. I’m jazzed to sprinkle these thought sparkles onto your cerebrum pancakes! ๐Ÿง โœจ And hey, sharing is caring โ€“ pass this newsletter to your pals!

Here’s the scoop for this week:

  1. ๐ŸŽฏ Rethinking Goal Setting: A Sustainable Approach (Because who said goals can’t be fun?)
  2. โฑ๏ธ Maximizing Productivity: The 12-Week Year (Time travel, but for goals)
  3. ๐Ÿ—’๏ธ Organizing Creativity: Why Obsidian Outshines Evernote (The epic battle of the note apps!)

Let’s jump into the brain pool! ๐ŸŠ

๐ŸŽฏ Rethinking Goal Setting: A Sustainable Approach

Ever feel like goal setting is a horror movie where you’re the next victim?

This piece transforms that horror flick into a Disney movie, complete with singing birds and happy endings. Spoiler alert: sustainability and enjoyment are the secret sauces!

๐Ÿ”‘ Key Takeaways:

  • Start small – like, ant-sized. It’s all about building momentum without feeling like you’re climbing Everest on your first day.
  • Goals should feel like a hobby, not a chore. If they don’t spark joy, Marie Kondo them out of your life!
  • Make it fun! If your goal setting was a party, would anyone show up?

๐ŸŽฅ Dive into the fun zone of sustainable goal setting here.

โฑ๏ธ Maximizing Productivity: The 12-Week Year

What if you could squeeze a year into 12 weeks without breaking the space-time continuum?

Enter “The 12 Week Year” โ€“ it’s like giving your goals a dose of adrenaline and watching them go!

๐Ÿ”‘ Key Takeaways:

  • Time is a spicy meatball; savor it in small bites. Focus on short bursts of goal-crushing madness.
  • Connect your daily grind to your grand vision โ€“ it’s like emotional Red Bull for your to-do list.
  • Treat your plans like a sacred text. Follow them religiously!

๐ŸŽฅ Learn how to be a time wizard with the 12-Week Year method here.

๐Ÿ—’๏ธ Organizing Creativity: Why Obsidian Outshines Evernote

If your creative projects are wilder than a reality TV show, meet Obsidian, your new bestie. Nick Milo’s showdown between Obsidian and Evernote is like watching a superhero battle for your brain’s affection.

๐Ÿ”‘ Key Takeaways:

  • Obsidian turns your thoughts into a beautiful mind map. It’s like a GPS for your brain.
  • Evergreen notes are the Dumbledore of Obsidian. Wise, powerful, and great for retaining magical thoughts.
  • Organize like you’re directing a blockbuster. Tag, question, and create your way to a knowledge masterpiece.

๐ŸŽฅ Discover why Obsidian is the Leonardo da Vinci of note apps here.

That’s a wrap for this edition of “3 Things I Learned Last Week.” I hope these nuggets of wisdom make your brain cells dance with joy. Keep your curiosity hat on and your exploration boots laced!

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Here’s to a week brimming with enlightenment, growth, and maybe a few good laughs!

Stay whimsical,

~ Nathan ๐Ÿš€

The author partially generated this content with GPT-4 & ChatGPT, Claude 3, Gemini Advanced, and other large-scale language-generation models. Upon developing the draft, the author reviewed, edited, and revised the content to their liking and took ultimate responsibility for the content of this publication.






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