After working through my Shining Year workbook and having a bash at writing my Secrets of Adulthood, I thought I’d try my hand at writing a friendship manifesto.
There was a comment asking more about it – click through on the Instagram post above to read my response.
Meanwhile, this is how I start almost anything – with a mindmap.
I also use mindmaps for my monthly review, for my project life, for planning articles and blog posts, and definitely as a base to plan any talks.
I started with 4 questions:
- how do I want my friends to feel?
- what is my contribution?
- how do I want to feel?
- what are my boundaries?
Being intentional is a big part of who I am. Today I’m making a start on my Friendship Manifesto. 〰 These questions are the start of my brainstorming process. 〰 Have you ever done one of these? Care to share some of yours? 〰 #friendship #intentionalfriendship #liveintentionally #bujo #bulletjournal #bulletjournalcommunity #planneraddict #lists #manifesto #planner
I filled up this page very quickly, looked for common themes and then typed out my friendship manifesto. Here’s half of it 🙂
So why do this?
It helps clarify in your own mind what you stand for, what you’re looking for and what you offer.
Let me know what you might put on your own friendship manifesto.