Why Fold Circles?
In my experience, folding with Wholemovement is a unique way of engaging ideas. While I use many technology-based tools (e.g., Thortspace), folding provides insights that I have not obtained from any other tool.
Today, Ananth and I started organizing our journal on a torus ring. As we played with the positioning of the notepaper with post-its, a particular arrangement came into view. In the view below:
The uncertain, unexpected, unpredictable, and ambiguous part of Managing Moments (moments and macro-projects) is on one bowtie.
The structured, consistent, systematic part of Managing Moments (weekly plan and daily activities) are on a bowtie opposite the moments and macro-projects bowtie.
The two bowties are linked by:
the micro-projects bowtie that shows doable projects and SMART criteria for the projects
capacities and resources
Moments and Macro-projects
2. Microprojects and SMART goals
3. Weekly Plan and Daily Activities
4. Connections and Resources
Now, we will experiment with thinking and communicating Managing Moments with this design!