Today I thought I’d share a book report – what do I read? I am an avid reader. Last year I read 88 books of all shapes and sizes. I love learning and reading is such a fun way to learn new stuff without even trying. I recently finished Austin Kleon’s Steal like an Artist – 10 things no one told you about being creative. Its a great little book. I loved it so much I thought I would sketchnote it. I would encourage you to get a copy and read it. Everyone can be creative about something. I doodle, some people can make gourmet meal our of 2 eggs and some cheese. Others can see new and better ways to change an office process — there’s room for creativity in most everything we do.
So enjoy this skechnote and try doodling a few images next time you need to take a few notes. Try increasing your visual vocabulary and see how it improves your retention and recall when taking notes of any kind.
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Here's some information to help you to get started in the Doodle Devo Process: A "How To" Page, Patterns to get you started and a Materials List. You can search the main
Adding a visual element - even a doodle helps you process what you're seeing or hearing, but drawing stick figures or doodles you're "writing" what you're learning on your brain twice - once by
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