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RISE x Live – Visual Summaries

On May 2nd, I had the privilege to attend my first ever RISE conference, RISE x Live. You can find out more about RISE here. RISE x Live was the very first virtual conference of the RISE series organized by one of my favorite authors, Rachel Hollis, and her brilliant team. Moving the conference online was a once in a lifetime opportunity for me to join this event and learn from mentors like John Maxwell, Rachel and Dave Hollis, Ed Mylett and so many more inspiring people to help us navigate through these difficult times.

One of my favorite talks from the conference was the one from Ed Mylett. He managed to share so much invaluable information in a 30 minute talk that I had a difficult time to summarize my key takeaways on one page (there were just too many). Since some of you were asking me on Instagram (@colombodoodles) to share my digital sketchnotes as a printable PDF as well, I decided to set up this blog post. 

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to share the other talks from RISE x Live in a similar format with you, but I will keep sharing my summaries of the Next 90 Challenge. Nonetheless, I hope you will find this visual summary useful. Please stay safe wherever you are and look after yourself and your loved ones!

UPDATE: I could not resist sharing one more summary from RISE x Live. The second digital sketchnote is the first talk that Rachel Hollis gave at the conference.

RISE x Live - Ed Mylett's Talk

You can download the printable PDF version of my sketchnote by clicking on the button below.

 

UPDATE: I set up a Ko-fi account which allows creatives like me to receive donations for their work. If you want to support me, you can do that by buying me a coffee on Ko-fi. Please note that this is completely optional. Only do it if you find value in my work and you have the means to support others. Thank you!

RISE x Live - Rachel Hollis Talk

You can download the printable PDF version of my sketchnote by clicking on the button below.

 

UPDATE: I set up a Ko-fi account which allows creatives like me to receive donations for their work. If you want to support me, you can do that by buying me a coffee on Ko-fi. Please note that this is completely optional. Only do it if you find value in my work and you have the means to support others. Thank you!

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