After finishing my first time through The Focus Course, I realized that I need to improve my ability to rest and recover. I made a goal to figure out personal retreats. There was a great workshop available as part of my Accelerator membership, and as I started watching, I realized that sketchnoting would help me understand and retain what I was learning. Here’s the result.
As part of my membership in the Focus Course Accelerator, I got to join a private conversation today between Shawn Blanc and Jeff Sheldon, founder of Ugmonk. I loved hearing about their approaches to creativity, building what excites you, listening to customers, and treating them as people. Jeff shared some of the thoughts behind his successful Analog productivity approach, which was intriguing…
I have long followed Shawn Blanc, and joined a webinar he hosted today. He shared advice and a framework for planning to incorporate values and vision into practical action. I’m looking forward to jumping in to his framework, and enjoyed capturing some sketchnotes.
I was interviewed recently for the Sketchnote Army podcast:
In this episode I talk with Ben Norris, a software developer, sketchnoter, mental health advocate, blacksmith, a loving husband and father of 7.
Ben shares his passion for mental health, and how sketchnoting is a meditative practice he’s used to support his own journey with ideas for you too.
Journey along with us on this thoughtful discussion.
The Minimalists came to Salt Lake for an event, and I was able to attend with a friend and capture some sketchnotes. It was inspiring and thought-provoking.
I am speaking at an upcoming homeschool conference about sketchnotes. I was asked to provide some sketchnote-style illustrations for the bios of the youth team. Each person had a paragraph of their interests, which I tried to incorporate into their image. 😄
Great class from VisualJam on deconstructing live sketchnotes by Mike Rohde. Loved seeing his process!