Most people don’t seem to take note-writing very seriously as a skill. For some, that’s because they see it as a simple utility (e.g. Most people use notes as a bucket for storage or scratch thoughts). For others, their indifference may arise because they notice that Note-writing practices are generally ineffective.
But some note-writing practices are vastly more effective than others. It’s possible to become much, much more skilled at writing notes, and that skill translates into valuable output: Evergreen note-writing as fundamental unit of knowledge work.