I am a software developer and team leader based in Liverpool, UK. Areas I am particularly interested in as far as Zettelkasten is concerned are: BJJ, music theory, software development, philosophy, theology and general "observations". I've recently started using Obsidian for my Zettelkasten - and am still in the very early stages of experimenting with this. In the past I have used a variety of great software tools for managing "stuff", including Trello, Workflowy and Notion. The best mind-mapping tool I have used is Ayoa. Zettelkasten is the first framework I would say I have used for managing knowledge. For managing "to-do" type activities I have experimented with GTD, Bullet Journal, Mark Forster's Simple Scanning method. Currently I follow a process using Trello where I define tasks, refine them and then schedule them. To help with this I use a great Trello add-on called Planyway.
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