I’ve been a little quiet lately, not as engaged. Mostly due to my feeling of stuck state but also because I don’t want to keep doing things they way I have been doing them. It worked for a while but then became a burden, a “have’ to vs a want to.
So what have I been doing?
Reading a lot of my old blog posts.
- This. This, is reality
- Pick Yourself and Other Lessons Learned
- Life Happens . . .
- Starting is the Hardest Part
Wow! there’s some good advice in there. Maybe I should take it ; )
So what did I conclude from my trip down memory lane?
I miss my “Friday Finds” and “Sunday Summaries”: They were collections of what inspired me over the week and helped me to build a networks of amazing folks. I want to start this again, however this time I will not put pressure on myself to post on a certain day. They will just be “Favorite Finds” from my travels across the interwebs, posted on whatever day of the week inspiration strikes
I miss my personal knowledge mastery practice but I over complicated it. I was trying to follow to much. I need to narrow down and focus on my current learning needs and inspirations. I also just need to simplify my process (more to come on that).
My love I want to maintain:
- Social Leadership. I am motivated to tell stories about social leadership (in practice) as it encompasses all the things I am passionate about: #wol, #pkm, #cocreation, #futureofwork, #bethechange #communites
What I want to learn:
- Design Thinking: I feel I need a practical technical skill and this is one that can also be applied to non-technical problems as well
I want to pick back up my Social Leadership in 100 Days journey – simplifying it with brief tweets and maybe a reflection post to summarize what I learned to help keep me motivated and connected to the community I love. Saskia Wenniger totally inspired me to try this method!
Continue being involved in Connectle: Connectle is community of practice for connected work exploring a lot of the topics I am interested in. I love that our conversations occur over video and that you can hop on a monthly calls with a group of folks from all over the world to touch base on goals and challenges you are facing.
And this is how I hope to get back in the game!