It was a very successful book and helped many learn the power of quickly drawn images. But over the years I’ve dramatically refined, unified and simplified my approach. It became a tool to help people see what was formerly invisible to them – helping them gain some much needed insights and unique new skills.
And interestingly, those who caught onto what I was up to with this approach automatically started to use drawing as a part of their thought and communication processes. I found it so easy to do that I missed its importance until some close friends reminded me of how it had so deeply affected them. Thick headed me. I think this kind of drawing came so naturally to me that I was blinded to how it had so profoundly changed others who were new to it.
So, I listened to my friends and I’ll put this new visual process into a book.
At the core of this process is a simple integrated system of visual note taking for the capturing, generating, retrieving and communicating of ideas.
As I have time, I’ll put this book’s ideas/pages here:
For now, we’ll have to make do without all the book’s pages with the material that follows.
© 2016 Kurt Hanks