Hand Drawn Visual Aids That Always Work is about creating or adding personal value to the information you write, teach and publish by using simple line-drawings. This is usually done on the humble whiteboard. You can also use an old-fashionedMoreHand Drawn Visual Aids That Always Work is about creating or adding personal value to the information you write, teach and publish by using simple line-drawings. This is usually done on the humble whiteboard. You can also use an old-fashioned blackboard (or green-board), or newsprint pad.The ultimate goal is to raise the attention, comprehension, mental storage and recall of your message to your audiences.The problem most presenters face is that audiences are more distracted than actually helped by today’s use of electronic media.
At a “slide a minute” there is no way most people can focus on the meaningful parts of your presentation.Nothing beats the real time learning of hand drawn visuals. Graphic artist or not—you can draw your message. You’ll find that diagramming quick maps making dry erase posters is a snap once you learn a few basics. And you’ll learn visual design using single lines and circles.The most powerful and effective part of this book is the teaching on the creation and use of the four quadrants model.
It is probably the most effective visual teaching form in the world today.This section, alone, makes this book the best investment you’ll ever make in your public speaking career. Once you see how this trick can impact your own career, you’ll want to email everyone you know who teaches and speaks.The closing lesson is about the design and use of the Table of Contents model. Again, this teaching adds great value to this little volume, making it worth many times the $7 you paid for it.Hand Drawn Visual Aids that Always Work, connects you to its’ author, Wayne Kronz, a visual aid master who publishes articles and videos online, many of which are free.
Check WayneKronz.com often to access this career elevating information.Wayne Kronz