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Welcome to Episode #9 of the Frontiers Podcast! In this episode, we have a special video version that comes with some cool visuals from the app that I was talking about.


 

#9. A Hidden Discipline That Will Extend Your Mind: Develop a Personalised Learning System (PLS)

I believe one of the most critical things you can do is to create a personalised learning system (PLS). Though the payoff is not immediate, but like growing …

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I believe one of the most critical things you can do is to create a personalised learning system (PLS).

Though the payoff is not immediate, but like growing a seed, the benefit is tremendous, especially if you value personal and professional development.
In this episode of Frontiers Radio, I take you down a road trip of my note-taking system, and why, after over 10 years, I’m now making a switch to an app call Obsidian.

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Show Notes:

1. See related blogposts:
Develop Your Own Wealth of Learnings
Therapy Learnings: A Memorable Practice
Blackbox Thinking For Psychotherapists (Part I of II)

2. On the topic of Retrieval Practice, see Powerful Teaching by Pooja Agarwal and Patrice Bain.

3. Markdown Language Cheatsheet

4. Simplenote

5. Obsidian

For more details on the Deep Learner web-based workshop, go to darylchow.com/courses

1 Response

  1. Vijay says:

    Hi Daryl,

    Thank you so much for this post and for recommending Obsidian.

    I had known of Obsidian several months ago but was initially too intimidated to try it and had set it aside. However, your video and thoughtful / enthusiastic endorsement gave me the courage to review Obsidian again. And what a joy it has been!

    After some initial hiccups, and thanks to Nick Milo’s YoutTube videos, I am on-board with Obsidian – and have been excitedly noting and linking my learning. It is so exciting that I look forward to everyday and find something new to learn and capture into Obsidian. I have been telling my wife that “Obsidian is God’s gift to learner’s” 🙂

    And thanks to you for spurring me on. If it had not been for your consistent endorsement of having a Personal Learning System and your ringing endorsement of Obsidian, I would not be enjoying my learning as much I do now. I am seeing how much it has impacted my counselling practice.

    God bless you for the good work you do, Daryl. Your reach, impact and influence as a teacher is profound. Thank you so much!

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