Anne-Laure is one of my biggest inspirations. The way she produces top quality content consistently each week blows my mind.
This article by Dan Shipper of Superorganizers - which is a fantastic newsletter - dives into how she manages to write 3 articles every week. As a huge fan of Anne-Laure and Dan, I thoroughly enjoyed this one!
My weekly review is in my notebook—it’s analog. I turn my notebook horizontally, and I do three columns: What went well, what didn’t, and what I want to work on the next week. This is called plus, minus, next
After I do “plus, minus, next,” I boil down my goals for the week on a Post-It that I put in front of me on the wall. I try to be mindful here, and keep the note to three things maximum every week. Three things. That’s it. These aren’t tasks to check off; they’re more like themes to keep me on track.
2. The Power of Good Questions by Norman Chella
Someone - I think it was Taimur Abdaal in Not Overthinking podcast - said something along the lines of “Everyone has something interesting to say. If you’re finding someone boring, you’re not asking good questions”.
I think this is very true. But what are the good questions?
Norman shares his insight into what kind of questions we should ask more in our everyday conversation!