Listening When Sketchnoting

People Summarizing Themselves: ”What I’m really trying to say is …”
Sketchnoting is all about active listening and assessing in the moment whether you need to include a piece of information. Always listen for a verbal cue that indicates an incoming summary, especially after an anecdote or more involved story that you might have chosen not to capture. Often, the speaker will do the work for you and give you the perfect piece of information to include in your sketchnote.

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