Recently I’d an aha moment - I’ve finally got why Notion
has become the ultimate productivity tool for so many people. I’ve decided to give a real chance for Notion and started digging further for good resources.
While searching, I’ve stumbled upon this treasure trove YouTube course by August Bradley
. The course is packed with much information - it takes time to internalize it and put it into practice.
At a very high level: Notion enables me to replace the usage of a couple of tools, each concentrating a narrower domain. It’s not only about moving data but primarily about changing my workflow.
I’m still in the middle of this extensive shift process. It’s essential to do it slowly and incrementally while trying different approaches along the journey. Also, I think it crucial to say that there is no right way to use Notion. It’s more like having LEGO bricks, and everyone will build their stuff the way it feels the best for them.
The YouTube course will give you the principles, but it doesn’t imply that you need to organize your data the same way as shown.