Long to feel less overwhelmed? Wish for clarity in your decision making? Looking for lucidity in your thinking? Seeking confidence in your communication? The simple solution is at your fingertips. Paper and pen. In this guide, Brandy Agerbeck reveals drawing as your best thinking tool, making visual thinking attainable and enjoyable through a set of twenty-four Idea Shapers. Each concept combines fine art and facilitation to turn abstract ideas into concrete drawing that help you do great things.
Graphic facilitation is serving a group by writing and drawing their conversation live and large to help them do their work. It is a powerful tool to help people feel heard, to develop a shared understanding as a group, and to be able to see and touch their work in a way they couldn’t access before. Through the 25 guiding principles in this book, you will develop your ability to listen deeply, think critically and draw swiftly to make great work happen.
Co-created with Pamela Meyer.
Permission is a playful book with serious intent. In a series of light-hearted short sections, integrated with lively graphics, this book guides all who believe in the value of creativity how to give themselves and others permission to go beyond lip-service to actual service.
Co-editor alongside Kelvy Bird, Sam Brad and Jennifer Shepherd. Author of "Making Room for Making: In praise of imperfect drawings and the humans who make them"
Drawn Together through Visual Practice demonstrates the power of images as a primary sensemaking device in an age of unprecedented complexity. Twenty-seven advanced practitioners contribute to this volume, sharing experience-based methods and insights.
Contributor. Author of "The Value of Visual Organization."
The World of Visual Facilitation shares new approaches and stories from visual facilitators all around the world. By sharing their best experiences, co-authors help readers who want to know more about visual facilitation and how you can do resulting in new energy and results.
In The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau shows you how to lead of life of adventure, meaning and purpose – and earn a good living.
Ideas - and the forms in which they are expressed - are the new currency. Yet many companies, the media, and even the general population mistakenly see America as an intellectual and cultural wasteland defined by reality television and fast food. RenGen is about the rise of the next "renaissance generation" - an emerging section of the American public who are enlightened, creative, and eager to challenge the status quo.
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