This week’s Torah portion is called Korah (with a guttural “kh” at the end) after the name of the Bond villain in the storyline. It’s a fairly gruesome section of the Torah, starting with an insurrection by Korah and ending
This is a sketchnote from Guy Winterbotham’s talk on the steps to get a team from “The Circus of the Damned” to a place of healthy conflict where innovation and ideas flourish. The link to Guy’s slideshare is here.
Ink scares me. All mistakes are visible. If I share something with mistakes people will think less of me. I’m coming to grips with my nervousness using a rule from Open Space as a mantra. “Whatever was supposed to happen
Unbox. Roll. Compose. That’s pretty much it. Oh, you have to compose a haiku using only the words that are face-up on the 63 cubes when you roll them and the haiku has to be around a theme (there’s a
Yesterday and today Kelly C. Jacobs and I facilitated a Sketchnote Bootcamp for three classes of sixth graders at Goochland Middle School. We were invited by their teacher, Jim Frago (@jpfrago). What a great learning experience for us. We went