Learn how to build your own ‘second brain’ using the workspace tool Notion alongside some key principles for maximising productivity and organisation as an architecture student.
Why this course?
Ever since I started using Notion in May, my productivity has increased tenfold. I started looking at this immensly popular tool as a place where I could build the organisational assets I needed myself.
I truly believe it would have allowed for better time management, clarity and less stress whilst studying for my undergraduate.
I’ve created this course for you guys, the future generation of architects. I know first hand how difficult it can be for any student to manage and balance several things at once whilst still allowing for fun and passion. This course isn’t meant to be a defined set of steps or rules to follow, it simply opens up the possibility of allowing technology to handle the lesser important aspects in your student life.
Who is this course for?
There is no age limit for you to build a second brain since it’s more of a concept than a solid framework. This course is aimed at architecture students, whether you’re in your first year or fifth – it doesn’t matter. The ideas and set-ups are applicable to all.
This course is also for people who are interested in changing the way they work. I’ll tell you now, not to rely on Notion or templates of any kind if you’re not willing to put the effort in to try using them. A second/archi brain is only as good as the person building it.
It’s not a fast or quick solution, but the benefits are priceless.