My methodology is based on human insight. Absolutely everyone has insights as they follow the protocol, and I show people how to use them to enhance their learning process.
I have my insights in the most unexpected moments and places. Usually, when I walk or run.
When I have an epiphany, I start a voice recorder on my phone and start speaking.
Then I analyze my spontaneous voice messages and use a number of parameters to track my progress:
- the duration of the audio
- the message was complete/incomplete
- I spoke in complete/run-on sentences
- I developed one idea / I jumped from one idea to the next
- the beginning and the end of my message (were they strong enough?)
- did I say my ONE BIG IDEA?
About a week ago, I recorded this voice memo as I was walking home.
I often have BIG ideas but struggle putting them in simple words. That's why I need a practice to improve my clarity.
The voice memo is 100% raw and spontaneous. However, I like the result. It's clear, there are almost no filler words, and I speak in complete sentences.
I've been practicing this for over a year. My first recordings were a mess.
I'm inviting you to listen to it and share your thoughts. Can you relate?
Then, try this practice yourself. Don't wait for the time you'll get home. By the time you get there, you'll have forgotten that important idea, and your attention will be elsewhere.