I spent the evening structuring the book project in Scrivener and wrote in ideas and keywords everywhere. Not sure if this will be the final structure but at the moment this is the idea.
If you need an agenda for a meeting, then it covers too many things. The idea of an agenda is based on some assumptions that are not true: • We can not estimate and predict how long a certain topic will need to be discussed. Of course, you can choose to limit the time forContinue reading “#NoAgenda”
Day 2. Feels good that some draft text has been written on Preparing for a meeting. What do you think? There are two kinds of preparations before a meeting; the facilitator needs to prepare, and the participants need to prepare. These two preparations are completely different, and in many meetings, the facilitator is both aContinue reading “Preparing for a meeting”
A meeting has four parts. It has a beginning, a middle, and an end. The part that most people forget though is the first part: Preparation At the moment, this is how I see the structure of the book, but it might change. I will add more text on this and improve the sketch ofContinue reading “A meeting has four parts”
I am now getting ready for my fourth 90-day challenge, and I’m going to change the form a bit and increase the challenge. The challenge is simple: In 90 days, I’m going to publish a book. I will write, draw the pictures, and then put it all together so it can be published (the toughContinue reading “My fourth 90-day challenge: Writing a book”
At the start of the year, I did a 90-day challenge where I wrote and published fiction every day. After I had finished that challenge, I felt that I had improved my writing and I have been looking for a new challenge for a few weeks. This week I realised that I wanted to improveContinue reading “New 90-day challenge – drawing”
New article published on Linkedin: Cut your open bugs in half with Kanban.
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