Visual Thinking for those who say “I cannot draw”

Visual Thinking for those who say “I cannot draw”

As children, we used to draw non-stop. Right on our walls, on our breakfast tables, on the paper napkins. Even, we used to scribble naughty drawings about our teachers or friends on the blackboards to make them embarrass. Haven’t we all done that? Well, at least some must admit. While mugging up important notes we used to organize each and every point as mind-maps and imagery — why? Because these used to give us the pointers if we forget the mug-up in the exam hall.

But, what happened when we grew up? We all wanted to be Picasso, Leonardo-Da-Vinci or a Michelangelo with our drawings, or we were forced to be one. And, when we found we were no match to the great masters, we all stopped drawing. We even stopped scribbling on papers. We started telling ourselves “Drawing is not for grownups.” What happened in that? We not only forgot to draw simple things, but we also forgot to imagine. We forgot to convey our BIG ideas in the board room or in front of a business investor.

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Just before ending this Article, I would like you to keep this thought in your mind. Images do not only make ideas stand out they also help us memorise points much faster and in effective way.

Author: Tridib Ghosh

— Empowering people & Organisations through Visual Collaborations

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