This week’s episode features a guest who made his first appearance when Read to Lead was in its infancy.
In short, Draw to Win explains why you should draw, how to draw (it’s a lot easier than you think), and what to draw in order to lead, sell, innovate, train, or just figure things out on your road to success.
Dan will teach you how to use just seven basic shapes to explain just about anything to just about anyone.
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In today’s episode, Dan and I discuss:
- How simple drawings can bring clarity to your ideas and communication
- What he says to anyone who says, “But I can’t draw!”
- How visual tools can help you see old things with a fresh perspective
- And much more…
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Books Dan Recommends
Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
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