Reading Notes

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This is a space where I capture my highlights and reflections from whatever blogs, books, podcasts, and other resources I happen to be consuming at the time.

My goal for this section is three-fold:

1) Practice what I preach by making an effort to learn out loud.

2) Create a digital footprint of interesting thoughts, quotes, stories, and links that I can reference when I give talks, write blog posts, do coaching sessions, or simply wish to revisit past experiences in my intellectual journey.

3) Use the power of note-taking as a tool for improving my memory, stimulating creative thinking, and enhancing my overall level of content engagement.

My philosophy of note-taking and note-sharing is similar to what Derek Sivers writes in his about my book notes blog post. These notes are not an exhaustive list of everything I read. I typically don’t document the podcasts, graphic novels, daily devotionals, and other materials I read. This reading and note-taking project is a way of keeping myself accountable to a bare-minimum of daily interaction with ideas and sharing my breadcrumbs with whoever may find them useful.

My reading notes are updated daily. Click on the title to see the full notes for that day.[/vc_column_text][vcex_portfolio_grid columns=”1″ posts_per_page=”-1″ img_size=”full” excerpt_length=”30″ read_more=”false”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]