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This is a page of links to redirect you to additional resources that you might find valuable. If you’d like to know more about who I am and what I’m about, here is a better place.

Looking for the appreciation station?

If you’ve found my content useful, I really appreciate the smallest tokens of appreciation via my Ko-fi page. You can also find links to templates and some graphics which you can download.

Logseq resources

Downloadable resources for Logseq on my Gumroad page

Take your PKM to the next level with Logseq Mastery

Logseq Mastery will provide you with everything you need to master the tool and develop a robust personal knowledge management system. I designed the course to drastically reduce the Logseq learning curve and get you using the software effectively in no time.

All other Logseq related resources can be found on the Logseq Mastery blog. You can also find some templates and CSS on my Github page. I periodically update these templates and my CSS as I continue to figure out ways to improve my workflows and the general aesthetic of my database.

In the age of the attention economy, everyone is trying to get airtime for their product or service. I have been approached by numerous individuals and companies to try their software or courses, and most of the time I politely decline. However, I am open to promoting products or services that I actively use.

Here are some affiliate links below for services that I would recommend and a short write-up of why:

  • Shortform for high quality book summaries 

    • There are thousands of non-fiction books out there, and everyone is convinced that the current book on their nightstand is a ‘must-read’. Whilst I take note of these recommendations, there is only so much time in the world. We also all know the book that could have been a blog post, but then got padded with anecdotes to fill some page quota. Shortform’s book summary service saves me a ton of time and FOMO. Their one-pager summaries are excellent and have spared me many laborious reads. My current go-to recommendation for a book to start with is “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown (not a laborious read, but a good summary nonetheless.)
  • Zoho One to build an operating system for your business

    • Zoho One is an affordable Enterprise Resource Planning software solution for small to medium businesses. I use Zoho One for my business, CombiningMinds, across a number of different functions–website building, bookkeeping, customer relationship management, campaign management, surveys and feedback forms, and a host of others. In total there are over 45 integrated applications that make it the perfect operating system for your business.
  • for an affordable all-in-one solution for online courses

    • I wish I had discovered earlier. It’s cheaper than competitors like Thinkific, Teachable and Podia, but offers more value for money, with course hosting, email campaign management and website-building functionality. Setting up funnels and landing pages is quick, and the integrated email marketing is intuitive and easy to configure. The support team also have a good turnaround time on customer issues. There are some elements that could do with a bit of polish, but it’s unbeatable when it comes to value for money.
  • SimpleAnalytics for privacy-friendly analytics

    • Firstly, it’s worth pointing out that the company has a cool vibe- you know when you get the warm feeling when you receive emails, and it doesn’t feel like anyone is trying to push their agenda. Their import from Google Analytics was excellent, and they also have a neat way of bypassing adblockers to ensure that you get the most complete picture. Their dashboards are neat, and setting up goals is simple, with a great overall UX experience.

Getting in touch

Please use the email address dario ‘at’ onestutteringmind ‘dot’ com for any queries, feedback or just to say hi. It’s always great hearing from people who have come across the channel or the blog.

Work with me

I’ve thought a lot about systems and processes in the various roles that I’ve had, and I’m passionate about sorting out messy workflows. I’m starting a side project that will hopefully allow me to work with small companies or NPOs that align with some of the critical areas that I believe will make a difference in the world. If you’d like to work with me, check out CombiningMinds. Please note, this is for consulting services only.