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When Sketchnoting Might Not Be Appropriate

When Sketchnoting Might Not Be Appropriate

As much as I'd like to say "Sketchnoting is for anyone, anywhere, anytime!" it's just not true. There are some instances where sketchnoting isn't appropriate or practical. Read on to find out what they are so you can avoid these situations: While Having An Experience...

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Faster + Confident Drawings

Faster + Confident Drawings

Have you ever wanted to draw faster or make more confident-looking drawings? There are a lot of different ways to approach this problem, but the easiest way is this: Switch your tool! If you're sketchnoting with a fine-tip pen like a ballpoint pen, ultra-fine Micron,...

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Lecture-Based vs. Experience-Based Sketchnotes

Lecture-Based vs. Experience-Based Sketchnotes

There are two types of sketchnotes: Lecture-based visual notes are taken when one party actively shares new insight or information with another party. Some examples are conferences, school classes, church sermons, panels, work meetings, and workshops....

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No Regrets Course Pricing

No Regrets Course Pricing

Have you ever bought something only to have it go on sale afterwards? It. Is. INFURIATING! A few years ago, a friend of mine bought a software program online. He was really happy with the purchase and thought it was well worth the money! But, just a few weeks later,...

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