Liam Williams - Keeping Sketchnotes in the Family
Liam Williams tells us about his experience sketchnoting a talk by his sister:
When you get the chance to sketchnote a talk from your inspiring sister its a big moment! It was her who gave me the chance to go to The Do Lectures in 2016, where I saw my first ever sketchnote and instantly fell in love with the concept. Since that point I've practiced, practiced and practiced some more and I still love it as much as I did 2 years ago.
Sarah Burley talked about her journey, from a small town in Pembrokeshire, Wales called Llangwm, to London, a few others and now residing near Cardiff. She's done some amazing things and one of the boldest was setting up Creative Mornings in Cardiff. A worldwide lecture series encouraging community collaboration as its core value, involving some super creative and inspiring speakers.
After stepping down from running the lecture series, it was time for Sarah to become the speaker and not the host! Sarah's particular talk was themed 'intention'. She talked about how important intention was and how powerful it can be as a starting point to doing great things. You cannot just have intention alone, you need to be honest, authentic and ultimately you need to take action!
Intent without action will get you nowhere.
What a great story to be remembered with an equally great sketchnote Liam. We can see your pride and excitement for your sister in your sketchnote.