5 min read · May 3rd · These days, every note-taker and productivity aficionado seems to hesitate between Roam and Notion as their main tool for storing, retrieving, and creating content. As any tool for thought offers…
Whatever tool you decide to go for, remember to not fall prey to the shiny toy syndrome. Try to stick to an app long enough to really understand its benefits and drawbacks, and identify what workflows and features really matter to you.
We live in a world where people are more eager to read the documentation of their smart kettle and other appliances instead of reading their own (homo-sapiens) documentation.
The UXCG is a one-of-its-kind free tool thoroughly created in a few years with a single purpose: to lower the threshold of understanding of the key knowledge for any human being: cognitive biases (patterns of human thinking).
The tool is designed specifically for managers of all kinds and addresses the most generic questions with scientific points of view.