“Blending both the arts and sciences was extremely crucial to da Vinci’s work. For him, everything was literally connected to something else. And contrary to popular belief, he was not a solitary figure, churning out ideas. He relied on the outside world and others to help empower and enrich his ideas.”
It’s well known that Leonardo da Vinci was prolific in a number of different fields, but what you may not realize is one of his greatest skills was note-taking.
Evernote shares five lessons you can learn about note-taking from Leonardo da Vinci including to create your own system, cross-pollinate, and track everything.