I love new things. It doesn’t have to be new from the store. I’m excited if it’s just new to me.
What I like about new things is thinking about what I’ll do with it. When you get something new, it can be an opportunity to exercise your creativity. Let . . . → Read More: Starting with something new
What do people do in meetings, during phone calls, in conversations, during class and even sometimes in church? These are when we take notes. We take notes because it is important enough to remember or reference later. But, what happens when you try to find that note again? I know that I will waste . . . → Read More: Rewriting your notes. Are you kidding?
In school we learn to write several drafts or our writing before presenting a final product. This is good advice. I’ve found through multiple drafts that what I end up with at the end is usually a product I am pretty happy with.
For those of you who blog or write . . . → Read More: Is there a draft in here?
I find it amazing how often I attend a meeting and one or more people do not bring anything with them to the meeting. It seems that these same people are the people who have a reputation for not getting things done. Let me be very clear, you should never attend any professional and . . . → Read More: Intentional Note-taking
Many readers of this blog are bloggers themselves. It can be difficult to get ideas to a finished blog post. Even if you aren’t a blogger, some of the process I use may help you to capture an idea and put it in to action.
I don’t know about you but . . . → Read More: Capturing the entire idea while it is fresh