Master Obsidian, personal knowledge management, and productivity or your money back
This beautiful, messy graph is my second 🧠 in Obsidian.
Each dot is a note, and there are 5000 of them, containing a total of 1.4 million words.
Gain access to over two year's worth of obsessively learning personal knowledge management, productivity, and note-taking, all in one prebuilt vault, to start growing your own web of ideas.
I’ve spent HUNDREDS of hours experimenting on my own vault to implement countless note-taking and productivity practices.
And thanks to it, I’ve never felt so in control of my life.
But it wasn’t always like this.
Prior to having my second brain, I was a 17 year old that felt overwhelmed by all the responsibilities and information when transitioning into adult life.
I was uncertain about who I was and what my future was going to look like; to cope from the stress and uncertainty, I distracted myself by playing games for up to 16 hours a day.
My information organization was crippling - my binder for school notes was a mess of notes I would never revisit, and I couldn't find information when I needed it most in my unstructured Google documents.
Crucial takeaways and insights from content I consumed were eventually forgotten, resulting in shallow learning - I was starting at square one every time, with no foundation to compound my knowledge.
But now, my second brain has become my digital assistant for high performance.
It's become an ever-growing garden of all my knowledge and experiences that will serve me for my lifetime.
It lets me achieve the things I want to.
Within my first two years of use it's helped me:
Some of the 400+ second brain enthusiasts who obsessively use this vault are:
✅ Ultimate Starter Vault
✅ 4-module roadmap for learning Obsidian
✅ 180+ notes
✅ 20+ templates
✅ Example use cases (notes + videos)
✅ Priority support via email and Discord group
✅ Lifetime updates and access
When I first started learning about PKM, I was drowning in foreign terms like Zettelkasten, PARA, Maps of Content, and evergreen notes.
I’ve provided brief summaries to give you the TL;DR, as well as links to external resources and my own personal notes from books like Building a Second Brain and How to Take Smart Notes.
You can do anything with Obsidian MD as long as you know how to leverage its features. In this second step, I share the essential features and plugins I use in my daily life.
Learn how to leverage core features like
Learn how I use plugins to create this complex system in the first place:
Once you understand the theory and the capabilities of Obsidian, it’s time to integrate the plugins and features into daily use.
In this step, you learn about the workflows and use cases of the vault:
Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty.
The vault is feature-rich, so there are a lot of things to try for the first time.
On top of the explanations, I also have example notes you can reference.
By now, you should be able to create any workflow or structure you need.
Otherwise, what's the point of having a second brain if you can't make it truly yours?
The price of this will only increase as I continue to learn more about Obsidian and add more features/resources.
It's a no-brainer investment for the thousand-dollar ideas you’ll curate, projects you’ll finally complete, and hours saved through efficient workflows.