Last month, I wrote:
What could January look like? I’d like to:
- create lots of value for my consulting clients
- start the marketing and sales process going for upcoming events – hope I’m not too late for the events in March!
- delegate more: add a new person to my virtual team
- maintain my twice-weekly fitness/self-defence class schedule
I hit the ground running with a couple of much-appreciated tweaks and tools for my consulting clients.
I’ve decided to scale back a little on selling sketchnoting services for conferences because I’m also curious about developing other business models. Still, it’s great to have a few events lined up! I’d like to practise graphic recording, and am looking forward to ordering some equipment.
Patricia has been a great addition to my virtual team. I should send them more work. I’ve been a little remiss.
Fitness class has been less regular as of late, but at least I keep going even though I sometimes get really anxious.
In February, I’d like to do a lot more coding and a lot more drawing. We’ll see how it works out!
- Visual book review: Blue Ocean Strategy–W. Chan Kim, Renée Mauborgne
- Sketching twelve business ideas
- Visual book review: The Art of Pricing: How to Find the Hidden Profits to Grow Your Business–Rafi Mohammed
- Sketchnote: ENT101 Lived It Lecture–Kunal Gupta, Polar Mobile
- Sketchnote about mindmapping: Rock the Monkey: Visual Facilitation Skills and Brain-based Learning–Chuck Frey
- Visual book review: Cool Time: A Hands-on Plan for Managing Work and Balancing Time–Steve Prentice
- Imagining an index of sketchnotes
- Reflections on sketchnoting TEDxOCADU
- Looking back and looking forward
- Web app idea: Stamp mix calculator
- Imagining the next five years and planning 2013
- Planning by the numbers: Checking the length of my runway
- An embarrassing failure is the result of a series of unfortunate decisions, and that’s a good thing
- Planning my code/development learning
- Cooking: Warm lentil salad with sausages
- Reading old letters and relearning how to write
- The smugometer
- Quantified Awesome: Taking inventory of stuff in closets and drawers
- Figuring out my guidelines for time
- It’s my dad’s 65th birthday today
- Helping people learn more about programming
- Things I value unequally
- First thoughts on Windows 8