You probably need new ideas consistently in order to do your job. Where do they come from? If you’re like many people, you push pixels, midlessly scroll, or stare at the problem or just hope that you have a breakthrough before time runs out.
What if there’s a better way?
On this episode, I share a technique I use called “nonsense notebooks”. I use freewriting and review to connect patterns that I often miss because I’m simply too busy.
Then, I interview Mike Rohde on the 10th anniversary of his book The Sketchnote Handbook to discuss how sketching ideas can lead to breakthroughs, even if you’re not an artist.