I’m beyond excited to announce that the Obsidian for Minimalists course is officially launched and available for purchase! 🎉
I’m excited to get this course up and running and available just under the wire of 2023. This course has been a while in the making– thank you to all who have patiently been waiting for this course to become available. I’ve written about the challenges in carving out time as a part-time creator in my most recent behind-the-scenes post, so I’m doubly grateful that multiple factors came together to enable me to launch in December.
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What is the Obsidian for Minimalists course?
I created this course after the popularity of my blog post on getting started with Obsidian Notes became one of the most popular pieces of content on my site. People reached out to ask for the next step in setting up Obsidian, and wanted a quick-start guide to building a personal knowledge management system for taking notes in Obsidian.
Obsidian for Minimalists is a self-paced, text-based course gives you a step-by-step guide to create your own minimalist, streamlined note taking system in Obsidian Notes. It’s a no-nonsense, no-fluff, practical guide to getting up and running in Obsidian so you can stop worrying about the “perfect” set of plugins or designing the “perfect” knowledge graph– and focus on what’s in your notes, instead. This is Obsidian MD for the rest of us.
Launch discount available through December 31
As the end of the year approaches, you might not be feeling in course-taking mode. I totally get it. If you want to bookmark this course and think about this in the new year, no problem at all. The course isn’t going anywhere. 😌
But in case you’re interested right now, there is a launch discount of 60% off the course through December 31. When you buy the self-paced course, you do get lifetime access to the course and all future updates.
If it makes sense for your life and budget right now, you’re welcome to buy the course now (maybe using remaining funds in your 2023 professional development budget at work, if you have one?) and delve into the course material in the new year. If you’re interested, please do review the course page to see what’s included, and to see if it might be the right fit.