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1-on-1 Antinet Coaching (Limited Time Only)


Scott P. Scheper

Downtown San Diego, CA



Dear Friend and Fellow Antinetter,

Whew! I just got done writing 3,730 words. I'm in the midst of writing a section for my book called The Myths of Zettelkasten.

Honestly, I get into the weeds in this chapter. I'm not sure if it will be that interesting for the majority of my audience. The content of this chapter centers around the misconceptions and confusion that one experiences when they first begin learning about the field of Zettelkasten.

I think this section of the book is interesting and important because it addresses some of the biggest issues I see when trying to understand what a Zettelkasten actually is.

Luckily for you, you're learning what the Zettelkasten really is and you're being taught it in its purest form (the analog form). You won't have to waste your time learning the less effective methods. I've done that for you.

Anyway, I wanted to take a break from writing to update you on a few things.

First, if you haven't seen it yet, I published a new video last week!

It's a video of a 1-on-1 Antinet Coaching I did with an Antinetter named Nick.

I walked Nick through the process of setting up his own Antinet from scratch.

Check it out here:

On this note, I'd like to announce that I've decided to continue this test.

I'm going to open things up and take on more applications to get 1-on-1 Antinet Coaching from yours truly.

Here's the deal: I'm not doing this to make money. This is a short-time thing and it's not very scalable.

I'm offering 1-on-1 Coaching (for a limited time test run) in order to help me develop my skills in teaching the Antinet Zettelkasten to others.

I've mostly just taught myself, and a few others how to do such. And I've answered questions in our Reddit community, and my YouTube channel.

Now I want to take things up a notch, and start teaching more people (and learn all of the unique use-cases each individual brings, and then help him or her get rocking with their own Antinet).

Here's the details:

Nick initially reached out to me and asked if I offered 1-on-1 Antinet Coaching.

I did not. But I didn't want to turn him down. So I said I would.

I initially offered Nick two options:

$1,000 for 1-2 hours of coaching if you want to keep the video private.

(I set it at 1-2 hours because I didn't want to end until we actually get the results desired: setting Nick up completely with the Antinet).


$100 for 1-2 hours of coaching if you're OK with us recording it and publishing it on my YouTube channel for others to learn from.

He opted (thankfully) for the second option which is why you're able to watch it!

This time around; I'm only offering one option:

$100 for 1-2 hours of coaching if you're OK with us recording it and publishing it on my YouTube channel for others to learn from.

I want to help as many people as possible and the way to do that is to make the recordings of the coaching available for all to view.

Of course, the one receiving the 1-on-1 coaching receives the most benefit; however, I know others gain value watching as well.

Anyway, I'm going to stop myself from lingering on.

If you'd like me to coach you 1-on-1 in building out and developing your own Antinet Zettelkasten (or even if you are looking to improve your current Antinet Zettelkasten), please fill out this questionnaire:

1-on-1 Antinet Coaching Questionnaire

or visit this link:

I'll be taking these on a first-come, first-serve basis.

I'm only planning on doing one of these coaching sessions per week (and I leave next week for the U.S. Virgin Islands—my first vacation in years)! Still, I'll try and fit one coaching session in next week before I take off!

Anyway, fill out the questionnaire as soon as possible if you want to get a session scheduled soon.

I'll follow-up with you with a Calendly link to schedule our time together.

I look forward to growing our minds, together!

The Antinet Revolution is only getting started. We're here to develop our minds using analog tools. I contend this is the best way. Yes, it's the hard way, but it's the way that is worth it (if you want to have a huge impact on the world). I'm honored to be on the ground floor with you.

Warm regards,

Scott P. Scheper

"The Long-winded Antinet Revolutionary"

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