How Sketchnoting Hits All 5 Flow Triggers

When folks talk about the concept of flow, the first examples that come up often deal with extreme sports athletes.

How about the process of taking notes? Though not extreme, it turns out that taking live sketchnotes hits all five flow triggers.

That’s what I explore in the video above.

If you haven’t yet tried live sketchnoting, here’s a reason to give it a go.

This video idea was prompted by a recent one from Matt D’Avella called The Secret to Superhuman Performance.

A good follow-up is this video I made a few years back: How to Achieve Flow while Sketchnoting.

Want to explore live sketchnoting with digital tools? Come join me in the development of my latest course, Digital Sketchnoting.

Free Sketchnoting Guide

Want to give sketchnoting a try but not sure where to start? Check out this sample of The Verbal To Visual Notebook:

That 100% hand-sketched notebook includes a set of prompts to help you put pen to paper and start sketching out ideas yourself.

You can get the free guide here.

Good luck hitting all five flow triggers in your next sketchnoting session!