ICE framework preview

ICE

Avoid analysis paralysis and quickly identify priorities from a pool of ideas.

Eisenhower matrix framework preview

Eisenhower matrix

Get a grip on your to-do list and focus on true priorities.

Theory of contraints framework preview

Theory of constraints

Identify things that are holding you back and move closer to your goals.

Story Arc framework preview

Story arc

Think about your journeys in a structured way and improve your storytelling.

Second and third-order thinking framework preview

2nd & 3rd order thinking

Compare and weigh long-term consequences of decisions.

NVC framework preview

NVC

Learn to give feedback and resolve conflicts in a non-confrontational way.

And 6 other templates

βœ“ Regret minimization

βœ“ First principles thinking

βœ“ Tiny habits

βœ“ BHAG

βœ“ Decision matrix

βœ“ Hard choice matrix

Why we made Notionery

When it comes to self-improvement, knowing what to do is only half the battle. The rest is knowing how to do it and building the discipline to create consistent habits. Notionery helps you tackle all 3 of these points - you can easily identify the models relevant for the situation you're facing, structure your thinking by using simple templates, and integrate the pack into your daily work or personal life, as a part of your personal Notion.


Every Notion page in this pack captures one mental model - it explains how it works and how to use it. You can simply clone the Notion page and apply the mental model to your specific situation and drive better outcomes.

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Mental models pack

βœ“ 12 templates

βœ“ Step-by-step guides

βœ“ Access to all future updates

Frequently asked questions

What are mental models?

Mental models are methods that are great in giving you rules of thumb for how to perceive the world and make decisions. In the short term, they are extremely useful to help you fight decision fatigue, think and act fast. Over time, they can help you make tweaks to your mind so that you repeatedly make good decisions, improve your outcomes and receive compounding returns. The hard part is not discovering a helpful mental model, it's applying it to your day-to-day life. So why not make it easier?

How can I use Notionery?

For best results, we recommend using mental models regularly - don’t rely on finding the time, simply make it. Try scheduling a recurring event in your calendar every second week for 20 minutes. Open the mental models, take a step back, think about what frameworks are most relevant for your life right now and run your decisions through them. The more you will use the models, the easier it gets next time.

What is included in the price of the pack?

When you purchase the Notionery pack, you will get unlimited access to all current and new templates, forever. The price will go up in the future, as more content gets added.

What if I don't like it?

The last thing we want is that you would be stuck with something you don't like. We have a 30-day 100% refund policy, no questions asked.

How can I get an invoice?

You order email should contain a link to generate an invoice. If this doesn't work for you, let us know at hey@notionery.com.

Are you developing new templates?

We want to make Notionery as practical and usable in your day-to-day life as possible. There's 100s of mental models and we are continuously expanding the selection. If there's any specific frameworks that you want to see in the packs, please reach out at hey@notionery.com.

Why templates in Notion?

We all know Notion as an incredible tool for keeping yourself organized, for knowledge management and collaborative workflow management. Notion provides the building blocks to get the work done - but why not start using it as a medium to capture and develop ideas and kick-start your problem-solving process?