Zettelkasten Method | Simply Explained

Zettelkasten method is one of the most effective knowledge management methods. But it’s not known by many people.

The word Zettlelkasten means “box of cards” in German. This method was developed by Niklas Luhmann, a German sociologist.

He may not be as famous as folks such as Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein, but what made him stand out from the crowd was his writing…

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I’m a former data scientist and now a full-time creator. I share what I learned about personal knowledge management and building an online audience

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