links for 2009-03-25

25 Mrz
  • gute Zusammenfassung von Back of the Napkin mit den Schlüsselgrafiken drin.
  • das beste Buch im letzten Jahr und die Tools darin:

    Visual thinking borrows from that natural process a bit more intentionally. It starts with looking (collecting & screening data), seeing (selecting & grouping), then imagining (reconfiguring, manipulating, analogizing), and finally showing (cleaning up, putting it all together). And, hey, what do you know… according to Roam’s <6><6> model, the ways we see things and the questions we need to answer match up directly with the tools we have to show things:

    who/what? = portraits
    how much/many? = charts
    when? = timelines
    where? = maps
    how? = flowcharts
    why? = multi-variable plots

  • I say something like “Okay, now we’re going to listen to God to hear what he might have to say to us right now.” We sit quietly (addressing this challenge for our kids), and listen for 30 seconds or so. Then I ask “What did you hear God say?” and we encourage them each to answer and we answer as well.
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2 Antworten to “links for 2009-03-25”

  1. Paul Maurice Martin 25 März, 2009 um 1:22 pm #

    Interesting… how does „listening prayer“ relate to contemplative prayer?

  2. marlster 26 März, 2009 um 7:12 am #

    from my amateur perspective it would seem that listening prayer is expecting more that God speaks, whereas contemplation is more the meeting and beholding of God – where speaking might happen but it is also good if it doesn’t happen. Listening is coming with a question and expecting a conversation. sort of.

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