Finding Questions While Reading

While deep reading a book on creativity I am gathering useful questions. At the introduction I had already found some prompts to go deeper in the announced sections. Priming your brain before the actual experience opens up to ingest and digest information better. That approach is going in the opposite direction, now. I am collecting more questions than quotes and I feel very critical towards the author. It’s good, in principle, but my goal, in the end, should be the one of learning principles and concepts based on experience and rationality while finding new and useful connections. This seems like a first iteration in my reading process. It will be interesting to go over the accumulated notes and question during a second reading. It would be even better finding connections and commonalities or counterarguments when reading other books. Exciting.

Senior Experience Designer. 25 years designing, developing, writing, speaking, facilitating and teaching.

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