While the main requirement of minutes is that they are accurate and succinct, it is a very welcome bonus if they are also pleasant to read.
Let's look at a couple of ways in which you can make your minutes reader-friendly.
Minutes can be very tedious to read if the same verbs are used over and over again. Make a habit of looking for alternatives to the words which immediately spring to mind. For example, if you have already used "The Chair stated." you might later use "He/she pointed out that.."
Trying to widen your minute-writing vocabulary can also help to make the process of producing them more entertaining for you.
Here are a few verbs that you might find useful:
Your minutes will be more enjoyable to read if you vary the sentence structures used.
Here are a few examples of the many different ways in which you might introduce a sentence: