What’s your go-to note taking method?

Graph showing vision and commitment
Dreamt this graph in my head and wanted to capture the idea.

What’s your go-to note taking method?

Post-it notes is mine.

Like anything during seasonal stress (end of year holidays/deadlines), it can become overwhelming if structure and process isn’t optimized and continuously improved.

When notes have an unusal surge, i photograph them and put them in photo folders.

This is with the assumption that these are the notes that don’t require immediate or imminent action.

Notes on the graph:

  • bottom left: low vision, low commitment = avoid
  • bottom right: low vision, high commitment = bull in china shop
  • top left: high vision, low commitment = sporadic starts & stops
  • top right: high vision, high commitment = intentional efforts

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Note to self, you’re doing a nice job with your attitude

Note to self, you’re doing a nice job with your attitude.

The 8,000 person Keynote at the Anaheim Convention Center this February would pay full price.

Yesterday the official decision was announced.

Nope, not this time.

Several other decent leads have ended in no.

The long way is the short cut.

Meanwhile, the new Disney Keynote Speaker website is coming along well.




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