You can hack reality, not just computers. Social codes and norms operate in many situations – and like a successful software hack – hacking reality is about finding alternate routes, testing assumptions, and freeing your mind to do things differently. Reality hacking requires the courage to take a step outside of your comfort zone. The techniques in this guide are tried and trusted methods developed by Jay Cousins, reality hacker extraordinaire, and inventor of the Betabook – a supremely simple reality hacking tool.
A visual review of Mike Rohde's book The Sketchnote Workbook by Jay Cousins, inventor of Betabook.
Gabriel was invited to participate in the Pencil vs Pixel podcast produced by Cesar Contreras. In this episode about analog note taking, the podcast also features Mike Rohde (author of The Sketchnote Handbook and The Sketchnote Workbook) and Joey Cofone (co-founder of Baron Fig). If you like what Cesar is doing make sure to leave him a nice comment. Happy listening!