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Vicky Zhao & Fei-Ling Tseng: The Compass of Zettelkasten Thinking: Associative Thinking Made Easy

Hosted by Nick Milo
Past Event
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About Event

What to expect:

  • Learn about the real secret sauce behind the Zettelkasten method: how to connect your notes in a systematic way

  • A brains-on experience where we practice connecting notes using the Idea Compass

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create and connect atomic notes from ideas in a simple, accessible way - How the Idea Compass can be adapted to your notetaking workflow

  • How to play with ideas and enjoy the learning & note taking process

  • Learn the skills to become a rigorous conceptual thinker and produce creative output

About Vicky Zhao

Hi, I'm Vicky! Born left-handed but raised as a righty. Trained as a lawyer, practiced as a management consultant, but experimenting as a creative. I'm a Chinese Canadian in Japan experimenting with the intersection of disciplines, ideas, & identities on YouTube, Substack, and Twitter. → Using Zettelkasten in Obsidian

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About Fei-Ling Tseng

Fei-Ling Tseng loves cities and is currently using writing and note-making to articulate a comprehensive understanding of what a good city is, and how they can contribute to the good life. She grew up in Norway and is currently working as an Urban Planner in Toronto, Canada.

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About the Linking Your Thinking Conference

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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