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Become the Best Speaker at the Event part 1

By webadmin | May 12, 2020 | 0
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As someone who has listened to hundreds of talks over the last number of years I can typically tell within the first 5 minutes of a presentation whether or not it could be difficult to graphic record. It’s quite often that attendees will come up to check the visual chart …

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supporting entrepreneurs visually in self isolation

By webadmin | April 15, 2020 | 0
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In these weird times entrepreneurs are left scratching their heads wondering what to do next – myself included. My business bestie, Bernice Williams of Intentional Connection had a great idea to host online zoom calls for 2-2.5 hours long and invite local entrepreurs onto the call to talk about challenges …

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My graphic recording toolkit

By webadmin | February 27, 2020 | 0
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The MARKERS! Having quality tools is a bonus but not a necessity when doing graphic recording. This outline will be a peek into my kit! At events, the marker lovers visit me and ask me what I use and share them this information. I could talk about markers all day …

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Why Templates are Awesome and How to Use Them

By webadmin | January 15, 2020 | 0
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A question I get a lot, especially during my Graphic Recording 101 workshop is when and how to use a template. A template helps organize information in a visual way. First off I want to quickly address something. In my opinion, a mind map is a template. Sometimes when I …

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Your Vision for 2020

By webadmin | December 30, 2019 | 0
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Send me the Vision Visual Download * indicates required Email Address * First Name I had so much fun creating the Vision visual last year for 2019 so I thought I’d do it again! I have learned and grown a lot this year and excited to put this together. I’m …

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Books I Read in 2019

By webadmin | December 17, 2019 | 0
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I made this post around this time last year of the books that I read in 2018 and since I have been keep track again this year I thought I would make this a yearly post of all the books that I read (or mostly listened to via Audible) I’m …

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The Elusive Power of White Space

By webadmin | December 2, 2019 | 0
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One of the BIGGEST questions I get is: I honestly never know how to answer this question in the moment but I’m going to address this question in a few different ways. Here we go! Because I work a lot of conferences and events where the speakers time is 30, …

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I am an INTERPRETER

By webadmin | November 13, 2019 | 0
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As I was (trying) to fall asleep the other night a wave a realization flooded over me. I have been, and always have been, an interpreter, a translator and someone who helps people communicate. Ok, let me step back for a minute. As an Early Childhood Educator and Family Support …

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My Story: IFVP Conference 2019

By webadmin | October 28, 2019 | 0
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In 2015 I went to my first IFVP Conference in Austin, Texas. What does IFVP stand for you ask? Great question. IFVP – International Forum for Visual Practitioners. Anyone who like to help people visual their ideas whether it be through consulting, facilitating, graphic recording, meetings, etc. can consider themselves …

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