Thanks for the cool comments and thoughtful questions about last week’s newsletter featuring Nick Milo’s ENCODE framework.
Linking the Thinking Among Your 3 Selves
It’s pretty cool that the global digital thinkers community has adapted my “Note to Next Day Self” journaling technique as a tool for growth and self-awareness.
This daily note served as the foundation for the entire presentation.
First, participants perused their personal vaults and graphs for what my friends Matt & Andy refer to as “Semantic Goldmines.”
Maybe you don’t have a graph. No worries. You can peruse your digital journals the same way. It’ll be a bit tougher for analog journalers but it can be done.
Next, I shared what I’ve learned about what happens when we see the three parts that make up “Us.”
Finally, we showcased the Note to Next Day Self inside a Roam graph.
It’s a practice I stumbled onto when I realized I was much too hard on myself. The 6 bumper guards you will learn grew from the “be nice to Tracy” decision I chose. I knew the decision must be followed by a series of day-by-day, moment-to-moment decisions if I were to kick that habit to the curb. Journaling is, for me, the most effective tool for keeping big decisions in the front of my mind each day.
I hope you enjoy this presentation.
Next week, my friend Mike Schmitz showcases his process of keeping his family’s values aligned with the family’s beliefs. It’s cool!
Best of Linking Your Thinking
Recently I had the privilege of sharing my journaling processes at a virtual conference hosted by Nick Milo. It may, in fact, have been the largest group I’ve ever addressed, and the feedback I continue to receive warms my heart because they’re choosing a different mindset or behavior.
Nick Milo’s Linking Your Thinking (LYT) Conference was well-attended, and featured brilliant speakers with practical ideas for those of us in the Tools for Thought space.
I thought you might benefit from a few presentations. This is Week 2 of a 3-part series highlighting my favorite Linking Your Thinking presentations.