Kick-starting this week’s retrospective, here are some inspirational Sketch Quotes, to help you to push past that Monday feeling.
I am obsessed with this new Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo - maybe you’ve heard of it (!).
It makes me want to reorganise my house house for a better lifestyle. It really appeals to my near-obsessive organising nature.
To help me sort out my house, I hunted down this concise six-step cheatsheet from MakeSpace.
I hope this nudenote sparks joy for all of you and inspires you to start the spring clean a little earlier this year.
I found it interesting that all 4 of the areas presented by Josh Bersin have a massive cross-over into design process in addition to creative leadership.
"Business leaders who are bold in their thinking are 11× more likely to succeed"
- Zenger Folkman Research
This week’s recap notes: Five Ways To Lead In An Era of Constant Chance
These nudenotes are based on an amazing Ted Talk by Jim Hemerling, where he asks, ‘Who says change needs to be hard?’
Business needs to adapt in today’s ever-changing world, and this endless change can be exhausting for people to keep up with.
Here are his five points that put people first, turning company change into an ‘empowering, energising task for all’.
Check out the video below to see his full talk:
‘The Incomplete Manifesto For Growth’ by Bruce Mau
I have to admit that I haven't actual seen the complete list, only the odd quote.
I’m not sure I entirely agree with all 43 points, but I still found it inspiring.
Once I found these quotes, I fell into a Youtube binge of Bruce Mau interviews and presentations.
I love his holistic approach to design - it’s surprising how relevant it is even after two decades.
I’ve photographed some close-ups of few of my favourite points in the post.
Leave yours in the comments below.
That was this week in nudenotes - come back next Sunday for another recap post.
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Until next time… In case I don’t see you, good afternoon, good morning and good night.