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    That was then. What's now... and next?

    Planning and strategising with people often involves looking back as well as looking forward - and a bit of 'what's going on now' too. 

    I use this visual template to sort out the then, now and next. Otherwise I find the conversation can get a little knotted!

    Then Now Next Template
    So on a flip chart or whiteboard or on my ipad or a notepad, I'll draw out a winding road (when is change ever a straight road or a freeway?!)

    Then I'll put in the past, present and the future. But I label them with 'Then', 'Now' and 'Next.' It's a different palette or language and sounds more active. 

    And I LOVE to use the 'You are Here' red dot from tourist and shopping centre maps, to remind people they are actually in the here and now. Then there is great perspective back as well as forward. Think rear-view mirror as well as the front windscreen. 

    Windy road, then, now, next. Now have your discussion. Capture key points, 'Click' to photograph the notes of your discussion - and you'll be able to recall a heap of detail from that conversation, as well as categorise some equally winding content.
    Now, what's next for you today?

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