I read an enormous amount of literature that is quotable. Problem is, it's terribly easy to forget what I've read later on when I need something applicable for a particular project.
If you are a teacher, speaker, writer, etc., I think you'll find this little tip of great value when preparing material. Just the simple act of jotting down these notes also helps me recall where I've read a certain thing I want to use. Another quick note: If something knocks me upside the head when I read or hear it, I write it straight to my current journal.
And you may be thinking right now I'm about the geekiest girl on the planet.
But hey, it's just a little something that Works For Me!
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Wednesday, December 12, 2007