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Sample chapter from my Antinet book (plus more)

FROM:

Scott P. Scheper

Downtown San Diego, CA

TO:

You*

Dear Friend,

It's been about a week since I last emailed you. Oh, and what a week it's been!

A few things:

First off, our Reddit community is surging. We have several informative threads, and the community is continuing to grow. If you haven't joined the community and introduced yourself, go ahead and do that here: https://www.reddit.com/r/antinet/

Second off, I have a lot of good content planned for you. I've got 1-on-1 Antinet coaching sessions, as well as some other top-secret things.

You'll also want to be on the lookout for something else I have planned: I'll be having a discussion (friendly debate) with Sascha Fast (from Zettelkasten.de) on analog vs. digital Zettelkasten.

It's going to be taking place this Friday. It will be recorded and uploaded to YouTube. Keep an eye out for it. But even if you don't, I'll be sure to email you the link to watch! I'm not the best speaker or debater, so hopefully I won't get undressed publicly. However, I'm not too concerned. I know the Antinet works better not just for myself but many people. I'm confident I'll do well enough to attract a few more crazy ones like us (who like to do things the hard way—aka, the best way)!

Anyway, before I head out (on this fine Sunday afternoon in San Diego, California), I want to give you something.

Here is a sample chapter from my forthcoming book on the Antinet:

Sample Chapter

The chapter is called The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Antinet. It's a more robust guide for getting started building an Antinet.

Keep in mind: It's unedited and ungrammar-checked. It will contain some mistakes. However I think it's a helpful guide—especially for those new to building an Antinet. I wanted to get it into your hands in the meantime because I think it may help you on your journey.

Anyway, that's all for now.

I'm heading to a 2-year-old's birthday party shortly. As usual, I'll be faced with the question So, what do you do? Each time I get this question, I'm thinking God damnit, here we go again. The person is typically looking for a boring reply like: "I'm an attorney," or "I'm an investment professional," or "I'm into cryptocurrency" (which is then followed by what cryptos to speculate on, like you're a god-damn fortune teller)! People become dumbfounded whenever you tell them you write on notecards for a living and teach other people about it. They don't know how to respond. That sounds like a lot of work; they think no thanks. For that, I'm glad. Our community keeps away the get-rich-quickers!

Moral of the story: I'm honored to serve people like you. Those committed to growth and learning—the true way, the hard way, the analog way. The irony is, it's those types of people who end up having success in this world!

Wish me luck as I continue my quest in confusing the hell out of people who ask what I do for a living.

Warm regards,

And as always…

Stay crispy, my friend.

Your fellow Antinetter,

Scott P. Scheper

"A Man Who Will Soon Be Playing at the Park Wearing a Fanny Pack Filled with Notecards"



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