For this vault episode, I’m bringing back Sketchnote creator, Mike Rohde. Mike is not just a friend. He is a sketchnoter, designer, illustrator, self-professed techy, author and speaker who is fond of simple yet impactful design solutions. A sample of such is the Daily Plan Bar which he created to make task management more manageable.
Our discussion involves the origins of the Daily Plan Bar, how he came up with it, and the other systems he uses to manage his work tasks and his home life. He has been a huge inspiration to me in helping me bridge the gap between written and visual productivity.
This is a really fun conversation and I am excited to bring it back to you as a refresher or maybe you’ll be listening to it for the first time. Either way, I hope you enjoy!
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Links Worth Exploring
- Connect with Mike: Website | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Flickr
- Get the The Sketchnote Handbook
- The Daily Plan Bar
- See all of Mike’s Sketchnote products
- Check out Sketchnote Workshops here
- Related Conversation: The Productivityist Podcast: The Staying Power of Sketchnotes with Deborah LeFrank
- Related Blog Post: Why Paper Works
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