In this session, you will learn:
Understand our three selves, and why it's important to connect all three
How to search your graphs/vaults for semantic goldmines
The most surprising revelation about yourself from the semantic goldmine search
The 10 Intro bumper guards for note to next day self (access to public graphs in Roam, LogSeq, Obsidian)
For more than two years, Tracy has been writing about and teaching digital self-awareness for Tools for Thought practitioners. For almost nine years, Tracy has kept a consistent, day-to-day, journaling practice. Soon after, friends asked me to help them solve specific problems with sets of prompts.
From there, Tracy began writing and talking about journaling. Her most popular prompts and techniques help put a dent in anxiety, tame negative self-talk, and open a healthy dialog between our three selves.
Tracy began a broadcasting career as a talking Christmas tree (seriously). As a television journalist, she covered Bill Clinton as governor and president-elect. She has been a DJ at a local radio station, and she participates weekly in a 12-step program for anger, resentment, and control issues.
Tracy lives in rural Western Arkansas with her 80+ year old mom, a cat named MizAstor, and an ancient, active Shih Tzu named Mr. Winchester.
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The LYT Conference provides a full—and free—week of practical examples using linked notes so you can take your thinking to the next level.
Attend 15 live sessions on topics such as research, journaling, personal retreats, how folder-based paradigms might complement link-based ones, Zettelkasten, and much more.
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