Thank you, Kelly. Do you think a list is a better format than a mindmap for the 30,000 ft level?
Originally Posted by kelstarrising
I will re-read the notes I took on Making It All work. If I don't find anything relevant there, I will re-read the book.
Thank you, mcogilvie. Including the motivator is great advice.
Originally Posted by mcogilvie
EDIT: Your suggestion to focus on the why makes me wonder: do you use a variation of the Five Whys
technique when outlining your goals? For example, do you choose a goal, ask why, then see if it fits with your 40,0000 and 50,000 foot goals?
Do you use a list format for this level?
I ask because I find mindmaps easier to work with and use as a refresher/to help refocus. Meg's 20,000 ft example is natural and intuitive to me, so I was hoping a non-list example of 30,000 ft existed