The napkin and the whiteboard are tools for thought too

Note-takers, be aware of the tourist syndrome

Adolfo Ramírez Corona
2 min readMar 17

A handwritten note on a napkin, “Don’t Panic!”.
Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

There are notes born to be burned.

Sometimes, taking notes is only about taking notes, without being worried about capturing the notes and keeping them in a folder, the cloud, or an app.

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Adolfo Ramírez Corona

Author, psychotherapist, coach—Human behavior, UX, media & audiences—Father, husband, meditator—Courses & coaching:—More