I found a system for tracking my growth in my drawing abilities. It’s more of a process than a specific tool. I decided to try it on, and see what worked. Surprisingly, it all has.
I tend to bounce between “productivity systems” and abandon them once one thing fails. Something will always fail, as every system has flaws, especially on a personal level. GTD - way too much overhead for me, for example.
I don’t like how I bounce around and tinker. I’m shaving yaks, I think. But this Mindframing one has the element of mindfulness which all the others I’ve tried didn’t, so its sticking.
Here’s the source - Ness Labs.
“Once you feel familiar enough—which means that you can grasp the concepts and can articulate them, but still feel very uncomfortable using them—you should start creating something bigger”.
I really like the spirit of this Impact - familiar enough & uncomfortable. Lot’s of learning in that overlap of the venn diagram there, so to speak.