…uestions they’re asking themselves; problems that mean something to them. The idea here is that you write down your favorite 12 problems and review them on a regular basis. These do not have to be super-specific. Sometimes they might be very intangible this is okay. The trick here is that by having these somewhere near the front of your mind, your first brain is running background searches and problem-solving algorithms. Eventually, you may have a eureka moment where you suddenly have the answer or at least have made a…
This is a great idea. I’m working on a similar project, my second brain, and using a (hybrid or loose) Zettlekasten approach.
I think working in 12 problems into my index would be an awesome idea and add some layers to everything that I hadn’t previously considered.
Thanks for the tip!