One of the recurring things you'll see as the content on this site evolves is a lot of examples of visual thinking - diagrams, sketches, pictures, mind maps, and more.
It is fitting then that in trying to organize my initial high-level thinking for Sprint themes and content on Eszett, I ended up drawing a mind map.
Version 230101 (1.0.0)
What you see here takes the core Eszett theme for 2023, "Ambiguity", flowing into "You" (really, "me"), then flowing out to the main techniques I use for absorbing and the initial processing of information: Reading, Photography, Sketching, and Notetaking. From there it selectively flows into my (professional) work via Product-centric and Agile/Scrum approaches, and my (personal) work, represented broadly for now as "Art" and "My Stories". Both paths eventually lead to an output of "Value" for others (with value for myself being somewhat implicit at the moment), and then in some cases creates a "Feedback" loop back to me or a contextually-relevant place for me to process the feedback.
Also in "light mode"...
The image above is the same diagram but rendered in light mode (vs. dark mode).
If you have thoughts on any of this, I'd love to hear them.