The aforementioned italki is great for language exchanges and lessons, but My Language Exchange and Interpals are two other options. You can take it offline and see about language related meet-ups in your city through The Polyglot Clubor the meet-ups pages on Couchsurfingmeetup. These meet-ups are also great opportunities to meet an international crowd of fellow language learning enthusiasts, as well as native speakers of your target language, for practice.
What to record in work journal Ideas I record ideas even if I cannot execute on the idea for a while. In software development terms — think the MVP minimal viable product of an idea. I know from past note-taking experience that going back over my notes can be inspiring on days I might need inspiration.
Snippets I record snippets of conversations that I want to recall. Perhaps this harkens back to my journalism or technical writing background but the way someone phrases something can be pivotal and if I record a snippet of a conversation — the entirety of the conversation can come back to my memory.
Graphics I take pictures of whiteboards, screenshots, pictures and such. If your drawing looks like doodles, it will still help me recall the conversation and those doodles provide surprisingly good recall and value to me. As a side note see this Ted Talk on the benefits of doodling: I might make a note of why I want to contact each person if I think I will forget.
Often in the morning, I think of different people I want to contact that day so many days start with a list of names. Connections I record connections, which might be one of the more elusive items to explain.
As I meet with one person to another, a concept or an idea will come to mind. Often I can see the connection between one person and another — connections that might not be obvious — in this case, I connect people when I can.
Other times I have an idea and I can see a connection to a person — as in — this person can help with this idea or this person knows something that could be helpful.
Noting connections and finding synchronicity in people and ideas is one of the most valuable bits I recognize and record.
Follow-up Items I record items I want to follow up on which can range from an email, a phone call, a meeting that needs to happen — all sorts of possible things. Some days the list I write at the end of the day is longer than the list at the start of the day — frustrating to me as it always seems there is more to do than hours in the day, everyday.
Goals Everyday I start my work journal with the top three goals I have for the day. This is a baked in habit, to think in terms of top three.
It is tempting to have more but when I list more, I can get sidetracked or overloaded and end up achieving nothing.
A friend and colleague recommended the book The Progressive Principle back in And although I have not been recording these items — it is possible I will begin to: I want to track and tag where I spend my time.
Currently I use my calendar but that might be too fine of a grain of information — although color coding meetings and appointments helps me get a quick visual on where my time is going.
I want my longer view goals in front of me continually and while I do track my goals of the day — those mini-goals feed into bigger picture goals — or at least I hope they do!Jul 15, · Explain the need for keeping records and describe the types of records you would maintain.
This sections relates one of the Theoretical assignments for PTLLS at Level 3.
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|10 Reasons to Keep Records||My intent is to help you determine what your priorities are and to offer you some options that will best fulfill your priorities|
Covers pros & cons of different types of personal health records. A GUIDE TO. KEEPING BUSINESS RECORDS. This pamphlet is issued for the general information as a introduction to the record keeping requirements of the Inland Revenue Ordinance in Hong Kong.
1 ACAP School of Counselling Guidelines Record keeping and informed consent of counselling clients These guidelines provide ACAP School of Counselling teaching staff. Part IV. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 29 CFR Parts and [Docket No. R] RIN AB Occupational Injury and . For the best results, business owners or record keepers should ensure that the program is easy to use and that it matches the needs and demands of the business.
When getting started, individuals may want to divide the task of record keeping into easy and manageable tasks.