"Ping Practice" is a working name.
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Ping Practice is a bit like "Apple Photos or Google Photos for your thoughts."
The app combines a way to quickly capture tiny thoughts with a “for you” page that resurfaces these thoughts at a later time so that you can make sense of them.
“Sense” that could take the form of a:
  • Name to order a series of observations
  • Next step to experiment with
  • Need that might explain a pattern of reactions
  • Value that is important to you
  • Question that helps you focus
  • Affirmation that empowers you
  • Reminder that helps you stay on track and keep going
  • etc.
Ping Practice is built on a methodology for turning everyday awareness into insights. Ping assumes that within the tiny, everyday, and easy-to-dismiss moments of resonance are clues. Clues whose meaning gets unlocked through:
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Over the past five years, I've experimented with various tools and workflows that have helped me converge on this method and more recently, become clear about the need for it to be more accessible.
Ping Practice is an experiment to bring steps that have been spread across different apps, notebooks, text files, post-it notes, and 3x5 cards into a cohesive flow that feels simple, snappy, configurable, and small enough to be useful without having to think about.
Ping Practice is trying to help you develop a practice of “connecting the dots” and acting on the insights you converge on.