Pictures are our best tool for leadership, sales, training, communications, and problem-solving. Over the past 7 years, Dan's personally trained thousands of professionals like you to become master visual-thinkers. Now he'd like to invite you to join him in San Francisco for his full two-day training conference. Discover for yourself the problem-solving power of your own visual mind. This is your chance to experience the same training he's delivered at Microsoft, Google, Boeing, Gap, Siemens, Philips, the United States Senate, and the White House.
The Doodle Institute is back with another installment of drawing instruction for the working world. Diane Durand of Discovery Doodles, LLC will build on the basics of doodling to teach more about the history of drawing. Once you know the history, you can define, build, enhance or create your own personal style.
This leading-edge Visual Coaching experience is for people who are ready to Become Your Next Self... in whatever area or combo of areas you want to SHIFT (right livelihood/business, abundance, relationship, body, emotional fulfillment, etc).
Last-minute students are completely welcome! Just follow this link, register, and you'll have everything you need to begin the course tomorrow!
We had a fabulous time hosting 22 people for our 5th annual graphic facilitation workshop in Rossland [British Columbia, Canada] this July. So much fun and learning took place that I’m doing a second workshop for those who couldn’t join!
Please come out to Rossland Sept 29-30 and let your creativity fly.
Fundamentals in Interactive Visuals® Course Begins SOON!
"Interactive-Visuals" is the umbrella term I use to sum up the four main ways of working visually with groups and individuals:
Graphic Coaching /Therapy
Working visually is a POWERFUL method to boost your process work with groups and/or individuals. If you aren't working at least somewhat visually with your clients you are missing out on an important and strategic professional edge...”
Author Jennifer Miller talks with Sunni Brown about the amazing creative power of something we've always been told is a “distraction” or a “waste of time”: Doodling!
Did your boss ever catch you covering an important memo with Escher-like scribbles? In high school, did your teacher call you out for drawing on the desk, your sneakers, your skin? Today, the doodle nay-sayers are being drowned out by a growing body of research and opinion that indicates that connects that seemingly distracted scribbling with greater info retention and creativity. Companies like Dell, and Zappos, and Disney are eager for employees to doodle on the job--they even pay consultants to help them.