The internet has changed my note-taking habits.
Well, in truth, it’s changed MANY of my habits – some good and some not so good but that’s a story for another time.
Nowadays we can “google” just about anything we want and receive the instant gratification of plethora information.
This has helped me maintain better focus as a participant in classes and webinars/videos because rather than taking copious notes resulting in me missing (while writing) the next things that are said, I simply write down keywords. Some time later, I pull out those notes and google the keywords for more information.
This technique of active listening with curiosity has led me to some fascinating new (to me) information and people I might never have experienced otherwise.
Last week, I watched a great video that was referenced in a post on the Open Space Listserve (email).
I wrote down “5 Breaths” . . . and a week later, the google search brought me to THIS graphic:
When you are feeling the need to get something done and want/need a group of people to help, THIS offers a fantastic “process Architecture.
- THE CALL – Name the issue – Call the question
- CLARIFY – Clarity of Purpose
- INVITE –
- HOLDING THE WHIOLE
Do more of this, and you’ll get more done 🙂
The BONUS of this whole thing is the veritable GOLDMINE of information on the rest of this website.
May your curiosity never wane!
Oh! and INVITE more . . .