In this episode I’m chatting with Rens Klein, who is taking advantage of a 10-week break from a graduate program to focus on building his sketchnoting skills. We chat about how best to use the chunks of time that he has set aside for his sketchnoting work, and also what to do when you reach the point of information overload during a sketchnoting session. Lots of relevant topics here for all sketchnoters, so I hope you enjoy it!
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The Video Version
I’ve started to record these coaching calls using Zoom, making it easier to share the video version of our conversation as well!
- The course that Rens is working through: An Introduction to Visual Note-Taking.
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Here are the rough sketchnotes that I captured during our conversation:
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