Writing every day for 365 days, I’ve met new interesting people and made friends. And I shared publicly only one-tenth of what I wrote.
- Systems Changers, applying Systems Thinking to make our world a better place.
- Researchers and practitioners of Collective Intelligence, promoting more inclusive participation in Society.
- Scientists and scientific researchers, looking to engage the diverse participation of citizens, teachers, entrepreneurs, and consumers in the imagination of more sustainable futures.
- Personal Knowledge Management experts, disseminating their passion for ideas and how to have them.
- Writers, professionals, and amateurs, lovers of the written expressions and coaches.
- Bloggers, Podcasters, influencers, making their thoughts and their words visible and accessible to a wide audience, creating networks of ideas and relationships.
- Students, desiring to learn, sharing their knowledge while they’re doing it.
- Designers, looking to have an impact going beyond the services and products they ideate.
- Teachers, instructors, and trainers striving to leave a mark on their followers by planting seeds for trees they know they will never sit under to enjoy their shade.
- Visionaries, investors, entrepreneurs, and Future Thinkers, working hard to make better futures possible.
How is it possible? Writing, you become an interesting person with stimulating questions, engaging stories to tell. Even if you are not publishing your writing, your thoughts increase in clarity, structure, in solidity. Think about the possibility of sharing the best of them: can you imagine the potential?
Extrovert or introvert? Doesn’t matter. Make your thoughts visible, you’ll grow your network.
This is Essay 6 of 30 in the my challenge One Year Writing: 30 Lessons Learned in 30 Days
- The Journey is the Purpose (16 Nov 2020)
- Writing is Thinking (17 Nov 2020)
- Write a Lot to Write Well (18 Nov 2020)
- Creative Loneliness (19 Nov 2020)
- Be Less Ambitious, Be More Consistent (20 Nov 2020)
- Writing builds your networks (21 Nov 2020)
- Connect ideas now (22 Nov 2020)
- Writing improves your memory (23 Nov 2020)
- Writing makes you a better observer (24 Nov 2020)
- Writing sets the focus on yourself (25 Nov 2020)
- Dissolve your distractions (26 Nov 2020)
- Writing reduces your jargon and slang (27 Nov 2020)
- Walking generates ideas (28 Nov 2020)
- Writing is like drinking coffee (29 Nov 2020)
- Creativity makes you happy (30 Nov 2020)
- Be smart, let it go (1 Dec 2020)
- Writing is a process (2 Dec 2020)
- Automate repetitive tasks (3 Dec 2020)
- Publish text as digital text, not images (4 Dec 2020)
- Why asking questions? (5 Dec 2020)
- Facilitate growth by tracking habits (6 Dec 2020)
- Type more, type faster, type better (7 Dec 2020)
- Transcribe your thoughts to become an effective communicator (8 Dec 2020)
- Write daily to become a better manager (9 Dec 2020)
- Do it small to do it better (10 Dec 2020)
- Don’t lose your mind. Back it up (11 Dec 2020)
- Write daily to enhance your reality (12 Dec 2020)
- If only I could be ten, again (13 Dec 2020)
- Writing compounds despite everything (14 Dec 2020)
- The habit of building habits (15 Dec 2020)
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