As 2012 comes to a close, we take the opportunity to talk about a subject that is on a lot of people's minds during this time of year. As some of us make resolutions for the future while reflecting on accomplishments and failures of the past year, we think it might be a good idea to be intentional about this kind of reflection and planning. But what kind of thinking is most useful when planning and reflecting? What resources are out there for us to use as a starting point?
Links mentioned in this episode:
- The Lean Into Art Season of Creative Challenges! Many of our workshops are only $10 for a limited time.
- Spotlight on Jerzy's FTAM! workshop, only $40 for an in-depth session on the fundamentals of sound design and how to create sound elements in vector format.
- And Krishna Sadasivam's Creating Crazy Characters workshop, another 4 hours of video that will walk you through how to create characters based on shape and how understanding shapes helps us create dynamic characters.
- Ryan Estrada and The Whole Story project
- Shadowing Tronix
- Krishna Sadasivam
- David Seah
- Susannah Conway
- David Allen
- Stephen Covey
Reference (some affiliate links):
- 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People (Voices That Matter)
- Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within
- David Seah's Groundhog's Day Resolutions
- Rob's Polytechnicast on the "Jawa Detection Kit"
- Susannah Conway's 2013 Planning Workbook
- The Back To Work Podcast series on "getting things done"
- The Emergent Task Planner
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