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This may sound like something simple, and when you are talking about simple things maybe it is.
I started reading this book right after I finished reading Roam's Back of the Napkin book on using graphics to express your thoughts and ideas.
In his last book, Back of the Napkin, Roam explained how pictures are a better way to solve problems creatively and communicate ideas.
got a little boring towards the middle but his main point, using visuals instead of or along with words,
definitely works. Read more
I agree with the author about the importance of the images in the presentation of ideas, and a book about it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dr. Jose Cruz
We tend to use to much words, blah blah.
Dan Roam takes you on a step by step way to choose and to visualize your words. Read more
If Roam has any evidence of his work being incorporated in an organization which has led to greater success in execution, he should make it a part of the book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gary Mullennix
I started reading this book right after I finished reading Roam's Back of the Napkin book on using graphics to express your thoughts and ideas. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Dalal
It is written in a simple way. Giving you great tools for everyday presentations and meetings. Simple, well though, straightforward and clear.Published 10 months ago by Pablo Ganga
Simplistic practice/exercise/modeling for lazy thinkers. Presents minor stimulation, though structurally rather constrictive (e.g. dualism). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Christian Mulherin
Like in Mr. Roam's previous Napkin books, the concepts are excellent, and their presentation very provoking, making one want to use his methods. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Paulo Apsan
Here we go... that's it ! Surely the best of the three books I read from Dan Roam.
Having read them in a row, I clearly feel that this one is more mature and bring... Read more