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Notes by Martine
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Notes by Martine is my weekly, curated newsletter sharing noteworthy articles, videos, books, tools, and my own work on wellbeing-driven productivity and professional learning. You can find out more about me here: martineellis.com.
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🚢 Atomic Essays
Week 1 of Aug 22 Ship 30 - Essays by Martine
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Interested in productivity and wellbeing?

Over the next 30 days, I'm writing 30 Atomic Essays as a part of @dickiebush and @Nicolascole77's Ship 30 for 30.

I’ll share my essays here on Twitter and on @typeshare_co 👇

https://t.co/xRrD9z6QJT
📚 Articles
Thinking with Pen and Paper
Cognitive Bottlenecks: the Inherent Limits of the Thinking Mind
🎬 Video
Although this video is about Todoist, I found Carl’s approach to managing tasks and projects really interesting and can be easily achieved with other tools/apps. Thanks to minimlr for sharing it with me via Twitter.
Why I Don't Use Projects In Todoist
Why I Don't Use Projects In Todoist
🐦 Tweet Thread
Marius Hauken
Everyone forgets important details from meetings.

You don’t have to!

Here is a bulletproof method to remember anything:

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