Building a Second Brain | Article 2 of 2

We live in an era where most of what we need to achieve our goals is already available to us somewhere. However, the ways we choose to connect those dots and access knowledge can be uncomfortable because those decisions ultimately define our success.

The strongest species are the most responsive to change.

Benefits of a Second Brain

Reading 300 words per minute isn’t a lot when you need to understand a textbook to cram for an exam.

“bundleIQ helps us work independently but also helps us come together to build on each other’s knowledge and understanding of schoolwork. So often in classes, students are forced to either work in a group or independently. Rarely is there a way to combine both.” — Student at Skidmore College

Getting the most out of a Second Brain

The function of a Second Brain is to connect you to the knowledge you need at that moment. And having alliances that support your effort is part of the process. In this case, an ally can be a classmate who is sharing their notes or a co-worker adding the essential info you need to complete a task. Read, How to Create Relevant and Useful Content as a Team.

It is not the strongest of the species that survive, not the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” — Charles Darwin.

Read, How You Can Increase Output While Decreasing Input.

Augmenting Workplace Intelligence