Creativity is important regardless of which career you are in today. We all have to come up with creative and applicable solutions to the problems we face on a daily basis. In this article, we learn that drawing, not word, is sometimes the best way of releasing our innate creativity and problem solving skills. — Douglas
What’s the problem with meetings? Yes, many lack purpose and focus–and most go on too long. But there’s another underlying problem: Everybody talks too much.
Human beings simply aren’t wired to sit around all day in a closed room communicating verbally. Sure, way back when we’d gather around the camp fire at night but that was after a vigorous day chasing woolly mammoths or gathering nuts and berries.
So my idea for transforming meetings is very simple: give participants a chance to draw. Before you dismiss this approach, let me explain
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