Monthly review: November 2013

It was a busy month getting ready for the trip. =) Lots of drawing, though!

Blog posts

Sketches

  1. 2013.11.01 How can I keep my learning focused on action
  2. 2013.11.01 How can you use mapping to learn more effectively
  3. 2013.11.01 Weekly review
  4. 2013.11.02 Creating way more value
  5. 2013.11.02 Google Helpouts Experience Report
  6. 2013.11.03 My new Google Hangouts workflow
  7. 2013.11.04 Growing my visual vocabulary
  8. 2013.11.04 Reimagining the house
  9. 2013.11.04 Revising my mornings
  10. 2013.11.05 Additional Helpout observations
  11. 2013.11.05 How does Google Helpout fit in with my goals
  12. 2013.11.05 Standard Time – Winter Time
  13. 2013.11.05 What are some of my limiting beliefs
  14. 2013.11.05 What do I want to learn on the go
  15. 2013.11.06 Helping students with study skills
  16. 2013.11.06 How do I want to respond to requests for sketchnoting
  17. 2013.11.06 Keeping track of what you want to do
  18. 2013.11.06 Make the most of lecture classes
  19. 2013.11.07 Google Helpouts – sold out
  20. 2013.11.07 House style
  21. 2013.11.07 Imagining ideal days
  22. 2013.11.07 It’s okay to talk to yourself
  23. 2013.11.07 Sketches from Beyond Words
  24. 2013.11.07 Sketches from Beyond Words, continued
  25. 2013.11.07 What would a virtual sketchnoting agency look like
  26. 2013.11.07 Why do I do consulting
  27. 2013.11.08 How to cheat when animating sketches
  28. 2013.11.08 How to feel great about your daily to-do list
  29. 2013.11.08 How would I scale up helping people learn more effectively
  30. 2013.11.08 Making the most of interruptible time
  31. 2013.11.08 Manage your energy when learning a lot in one day
  32. 2013.11.08 More garden plans for 2014
  33. 2013.11.08 Note-taking tips for meeting minutes
  34. 2013.11.08 Structure your notes for easy review
  35. 2013.11.08 Weekly review
  36. 2013.11.08 Wha twould make me feel comfortable with charging for a Helpout
  37. 2013.11.09 If I built this up as a business, what would it be like
  38. 2013.11.09 More limiting beliefs
  39. 2013.11.09 Thinking about the Awesome Foundation Toronto and sketchnoting
  40. 2013.11.09 What difference do I want to make
  41. 2013.11.09 What will I change after I reach net worth goal 2
  42. 2013.11.09 What would bigger be like
  43. 2013.11.10 Building those conversations
  44. 2013.11.10 How can people ask me good questions
  45. 2013.11.10 How do I feel about interacting with people
  46. 2013.11.10 What would I like my tribe to be like, and who do I want to grow into for them
  47. 2013.11.11 How can you make the most of your event sketches
  48. 2013.11.11 How to enrich your training with visual summaries
  49. 2013.11.11 How to look for sketchnoters and graphic recorders
  50. 2013.11.11 How to think about a book while reading it
  51. 2013.11.11 Make your paper notes more searchable (low-tech and hi-tech tips)
  52. 2013.11.11 The Art of Asking – or, How to Ask and Get What You Want – Sarah Peck
  53. 2013.11.11 What kind of visual records do you want for your event
  54. 2013.11.12 Awesome Foundation Toronto part 2
  55. 2013.11.12 Get started with bulk cooking
  56. 2013.11.12 Get started with Ledger
  57. 2013.11.12 How can I make a people katamari
  58. 2013.11.12 Introvert hibernation mode
  59. 2013.11.12 Learn how to talk with developers
  60. 2013.11.12 Learn programming faster
  61. 2013.11.12 People-drawing practice
  62. 2013.11.12 Who are in my tribe – what kinds of people do I click with
  63. 2013.11.13 How can I learn Plover Steno
  64. 2013.11.13 What do I get out of drawing
  65. 2013.11.14 Getting started with mind-mapping
  66. 2013.11.14 How can you get started with visual note-taking
  67. 2013.11.14 Integrating paper and digital notes
  68. 2013.11.14 Introvert tip – Plan your follow-ups so that you can guide the conversation
  69. 2013.11.14 Making room in my life for more fitness and strength
  70. 2013.11.14 What do I focus on when drawing visual notes
  71. 2013.11.15 Helpout Hints Hangout – page 1
  72. 2013.11.15 Helpout Hints Hangout – page 2
  73. 2013.11.15 Helpout Provider Tip – Ask for that 5-star review
  74. 2013.11.16 How Google Helpouts fit into my current master plan
  75. 2013.11.16 What am I specifically interested in learning from Helpouts
  76. 2013.11.17 Current projects and discretionary focus
  77. 2013.11.17 Google Helpouts and action focus
  78. 2013.11.17 My current strategy for building awesomeness
  79. 2013.11.17 Should I sell to people more – If so, how would you like that
  80. 2013.11.17 Thinking about podcast success
  81. 2013.11.17 Trip plans
  82. 2013.11.18 Documenting and delegating your work
  83. 2013.11.18 Helping your child study
  84. 2013.11.18 How do I feel about parents asking me if I can help their kids study
  85. 2013.11.18 How do rich media channels fit into the way I share
  86. 2013.11.18 Imagining Helpouts futures
  87. 2013.11.18 What would my ideal e-mail subscription be like
  88. 2013.11.20 Exploring the idea of advice
  89. 2013.11.20 How do you find the time to do it all
  90. 2013.11.20 More thoughts on drawing for others
  91. 2013.11.20 What would you have done differently – What did you learn and how will you do better
  92. 2013.11.21 Geek notes – automating bulk web stuff with iMacros
  93. 2013.11.21 Google Helpouts Business Strategies
  94. 2013.11.21 I’ve decided to stop caring about pen colour
  95. 2013.11.21 Not always meta
  96. 2013.11.21 Tracking personal finance
  97. 2013.11.21 What would I change if I forced myself to delegate or outsource 10 percent
  98. 2013.11.21 Why did I start this experiment with semi-retirement
  99. 2013.11.22 Career conversations – Alex
  100. 2013.11.22 Freedoms
  101. 2013.11.22 Helpers Helpout – Free and Paid
  102. 2013.11.22 Learn from online role models
  103. 2013.11.22 More thoughts on reaching people
  104. 2013.11.22 Selling your services as a student
  105. 2013.11.24 Katamari Forever
  106. 2013.11.25 How can I make my sketches easier for others to view during a Helpers Help Out show
  107. 2013.11.25 Mapping what you’re learning
  108. 2013.11.25 Organizing Evernote
  109. 2013.11.25 Thinking about tweaking my blog design
  110. 2013.11.25 What are the ways I add value – How can I replace myself
  111. 2013.11.26 Plans for 2014
  112. 2013.11.26 Sketchnote – Visual Thinkers Toronto – Mapping
  113. 2013.11.27 How can I accelerate my learning
  114. 2013.11.27 Trust and assistants
  115. 2013.11.28 Share the opportunities, create jobs
  116. 2013.11.29 BrainDoodles lesson 1 and 2
  117. 2013.11.29 BrainDoodles lesson 3 and lesson 4
  118. 2013.11.29 Building conversational connections on Twitter
  119. 2013.11.29 Fridays for podcasts
  120. 2013.11.29 Helpers Help Out 02 – Post-production notes
  121. 2013.11.29 Helpers Helpout 02 – Communicating with Clients Before and After Helpouts
  122. 2013.11.29 Learning together
  • http://socialmediasnacker.com/ Ina

    Do you ever limit your plans for a fear that having too much on your plate will stop you from finishing projects that really matter?

    • http://sachachua.com sachac

      I’ve learned to limit my guilt about limiting my plans and commitments. ;) It turns out that I can actually make progress on things that really matter. For everything else, it’s okay if I take a long time to get around to things.

      I think limiting your guilt and frustration is the key part. If you let yourself get discouraged or frustrated by the number of unfinished projects you have open, then you’re wasting energy beating yourself up. Better to accept that you’re focusing on one or two at the moment, keeping a few more on the back burner, and putting other things away for now or for a long time. =)