So, I love to write, particularly quickly and in short bits. But writing isn't a practice everyone finds valuable. Why write when you can make an object or simply be out and about? So, I was struck by the quote, above, from Maria Popova: "Writing is a record of my own becoming."
Now, for others, it may not be writing. It may be photography, or audio recordings or a series of artifacts or objects. As we explore points of access to innovators' work in progress and new ways of exchanging learnings and insights from that process, this is something I am trying to keep in mind.
If writing isn't your method of recording your becoming or -- better yet your being -- what is?