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Dan Roam & MSNBC on the Debt Crisis

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Dan Roam uses his 'back of the napkin' drawings with MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan to explain the failure of the US Debt Super Committee. (Nov. 2011)

Dan Roam uses his 'back of the napkin' drawings with MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan to explain the failure of the US Debt Super Committee. (Nov. 2011)

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  • 2. 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 3. To prepare, I used the 6X6 Rule from “The Back of the Napkin.” Who, What, How Much, Where, When, How . 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 4. Slide 1: We start with a title card . This gives us something to point to while we make our introductions… 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 5. Slide 2: Our intro slide … “Hi Dylan. Let’s talk about the failure of the Debt Super-Committee – with pictures.” 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 6. Slide 3: The HOW MUCH Chart. “We first need to get our heads around how much money we’re talking about...” 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 7. Slide 4: A HOW MUCH + WHEN Chart. “We didn’t build this debt overnight. It’s taken thirty years to get here...” 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 8. Slide 5: A WHEN Timeline. “Here is when recent events played out that brought us to the point we needed this committee...” 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 9. Slide 6: A WHO Portrait. “If we look at the players, we can see why they couldn’t come to any agreement...” 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 10. Slide 7: A concluding WHAT + WHEN Portrait. “Either things change in the next election, or the cuts begin...” 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC.
  • 11. Thanks Dylan. That’s how we can see the world a little more clearly – with pictures! 2011 © Dan Roam DIGITAL ROAM INC. Watch the final clip here: http://tiny.cc/c54lw

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