How To Curate Your Experiences and Organize Your Life

How To Curate Your Experiences and Organize Your Life

Written by Emilie

Topics: Productivity

Do you have two dozen tabs open right now on your browser? (Don’t lie.)

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to capture and sort through all of your interesting research, articles and experiences?

I recently got the chance to speak with creator of Value of Simple and longtime puttypeep, Joel Zaslofsky about his new book, Experience Curating: How to Gain Focus, Increase Influence, and Simplify Your Life.

Curating is a really fascinating topic, and one that is especially helpful for multipotentialites. I think you’ll enjoy this!

Check out Joel’s book, Experience Curating: How to Gain Focus, Increase Influence, and Simplify Your Life.

Your Turn

Got any questions for Joel about curating? How do you capture, organize and share the resources you discover?

2 Comments

  1. Thomas says:

    “Do you have two dozen tabs open right now on your browser?”

    No, I have 60 tabs open right now in my browser.

    Furthermore, I have a tabs organizing app which is saving easily 2000 tabs for me in labeled folders…
    Yeah… I do a lot of research!

    I’m going to remember Joel’s process: filtering, archiving, organizing, contextualizing, accessing and sharing. Seeing this is re-energizing me to organize and share the things I’ve collected.

    Thanks a lot for making this video, guys,
    from another Twin Cities resident!

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