Hello, fellow reader!
I haven't been writing for a long time.
I've been to some changes in my life, which I have transformed into new plans and new lifestyle. I will blog about it someday when I will achieve most of the things planned and the results are sustainable :)
Meanwhile, I was thinking about my Information Flow management routine. You know, the way you gather, learn and share new info without going crazy with tools and processes.
I've come up with a simple process:
- I will treat curiosity-driven learning as a project.
- All links I encounter go to Wunderlist inbox.
- I crunch through the bits of information and gather all recaps in another list, called TWIL ("This Week I Learned") during the time denoted for my projects.
- I categorize the info I get using a set of Mind Maps (I will use http://coggle.it so that I can share those maps)
- I post the aggregated report in a blog every week.
- I share the post via my twitter, and it gets automatically shared in my Facebook.
You can find this process depicted in a simple mind map :)
This way I will have more motivation to recap the content and figure out the most important bits.
Also, it will automatically enhance my blogging frequency and batch all "here is a nice link" posts in twitter and other media.
And the most important part - I can manage the process as any other project I have.
I believe, this is a much better approach for me personally. And it may be quite useful for you, dear reader.
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