I’m finally getting back into the groove of writing again. Most of my writing energy this week went towards updating MVZK early-bird supporters on this thing I’ve been thinking about for a while… a way of thinking about workflow design that reliably helped me implement them. The Zettelkasten method can be thought of as a workflow, albeit a very thinky, mental type of flow. It’s important to note that, because it’s also why the implementation success rates of Zettelkasten are honestly a mixed bag. The idea and the promise of the workflow is great, but what good is that when it actually is quite challenging for individuals to implement on their own? This update aims to shed some light on methods we can use to improve our rates of success, and is not only applicable to Zettelkasten workflows, but all kinds of others too.
To read it, support my book The Minimum Viable Zettelkasten, or MVZK for short!
I'm afraid I have the same problem. After becoming an early-bird supporter yesterday, I can only find update 2 in the "posts"-section on Gumroad.
Oh, and... I'm looking forward to the book. Your writing on the Zettelkasten-method is very clarifying and helpful. Thanks!
How do you access the content after becoming an early-bird supporter?