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Episode 307: Make a List

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Episode 307: Make a List 

Above: a glimpse of the cover of Make a List (by Marilyn McEntyre), the book covered in this episode, with a glimpse of a recent drawing based on an inspiration photo in the Sktchy app.

Episode 307 of the CMP, a Creativity Matters Podcast

In this episode of the CMP, thoughts on listening to a podcast about graphic recording (or sketchnoting) and using a timer to help focus and get things done. The show gets me jazzed on a commute (and leaves me with a bit of sticker shock). Plus, some thoughts percolating (already) about how I might approach ICAD this June/July and how I might do things differently than in the past because my daily portrait drawing practice does remain my focus. Two books in today’s show, Make a List and Doable: The Girls’ Guide to Accomplishing Just About Anything. For all of you who have taken part in the CMP List Challenge this April, I think the Make a List book is one you will really enjoy. It might be just the nudge you need to take your list making to a new level and to really integrate list making as a part of your daily life and journey. I love the writing in this book and the way McEntyre talks about the philosophy, power, and potential of list making on virtually any topic.

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