Sketchnote book summary for When by Dan Pink

My latest audiobook read (listen?) was When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. It was chock-a-block full of ideas and actionable advice so I decided a sketchnote to help me remember was in order. Unfortunately I didn’t think early enough to jot down notes as I listen (somewhat impractical too as I often listen while driving) so instead I used summaries others had written online in order to remember the key ideas from the book.

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The only part not captured fully in my sketchnote is each chapter’s time hacker’s handbook that capped off the chapter with actionable advice to try. But by the time I thought about it, I had already hit return on the audiobook loan from the library. Ah well!

– Laura Wheeler (Teacher @ Ridgemont High School, OCDSB; Ottawa, ON)

3 thoughts on “Sketchnote book summary for When by Dan Pink

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  2. I especially love your reflection about the “by the time I thought about it” moments. I experiences this often with professional reading and so miss out on “noting” some key ideas. I keep vacillating between hard-copy and audio books for his reason.
    Sketchnote appears thorough regardless of your perceived limitations in process. 👍🏻

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