It’s day 2 of my personal knowledge mastery practice (PKM) revamp using (and beta testing) Sea Salt Learning’s Social Leadership cards.

Today I am working on the Trust Through Consistent Action card.

This calls for me to reevaluate where I am sharing, how often, and if I am developing a practice.

Currently, I share via through this blog (average of twice a month), twitter (average of 2 tweets a day on content I find) and Medium if co-writing projects. I used to share my curated content found in my Feedly feeds on ScoopIt but have abandoned this practice entirely.

Honestly, I don’t feel like I have been doing a great job of engaging with my community in a consistent/targeted manner – which is something you need to do to build trust. To try and remedy this feeling I mapped out my PKM process – at least from the perspective of how I would like it to go.   The last time I did this was in 2015 so I think it it’s time for an overhaul ; )

Below is today’s result.  I am not quite finished with it yet as I would like to write out a description of the process so I can give myself some timing targets – similar to what I did in back in 2015 so I am going to continue on this card tomorrow.

My “Target” PKM process inspired by the work of Harold Jache & John Stepper