To progress in any field, there's usually a fundamental activity you need to consistently do to get better at it.
For sportsmen, that "building block" is practice, diet & workouts.
For the military, it's rigorous training routines.
For a comic stand up, it's refining & testing their material.
For a memorizer of Quran, it's revising the recommended daily amount.
Now, whether it's writing content on LinkedIn, driving a product or managing office work - the fundamental activity for me has always been the same:
Capturing thoughts & ideas in one place as soon as they come by.
For content, I use the Google Tasks app on my smartphone.
As soon I sniff some inspiration, I log a short note. In fact, most of the time, it's just a couple of keywords.
For product or office work, I use an Asana board.
As soon as I stumble upon a thought inspired by an email, a Zoom call, an interesting article, a conversation or a random life event, I switch to my trusty board to jot down a few words.
Ideas are like a Snapchat pic.
They appear all of a sudden and then eventually vanish. If you don't snaffle them up at the moment, you miss out on value-laden opportunities.
Note-taking is love.