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Visual Note Taking is for Everyone

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Visual note taking will enable you to remember much more information. …

Visual note taking will enable you to remember much more information.

Join the Doodle Revolution.

Slides from a training session given to introduce staff to the idea of using visual note taking techniques to improve memory and learning.

If you are interested in having me present this session to your organization please get in touch.

travis@walkingmaverick.com

**Thanks to @Diogocarmo for helping me find the author of the Time Management picture: Paul Forman - http://www.mindmapart.com/time-management-mind-map-paul-foreman/

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  • 1. visual note taking
  • 2. “Using mind maps orsketch-notes to recordideas visually.”
  • 3. My name is Travis Allison. Ihelp small businesses buildreal-time marketing strategies.twitter.com/zoichttp://zoic.ca/travis-linkedwww.walkingmaverick.com
  • 4. **not my notes. sorry, I lost the link to original.
  • 5. my notes
  • 6. my notes
  • 7. my notes
  • 8. my notes
  • 9. my notes
  • 10. outline of this presentation
  • 11. Why Do it?
  • 12. engages both sides of the brain
  • 13. giving you close to total recall
  • 14. even just doodling increases recallby 30%
  • 15. helping you find patterns
  • 16. engaging the storytelling brain
  • 17. serving up the most important info
  • 18. When Should I?
  • 19. lectures
  • 20. learning from video
  • 21. teaching
  • 22. group building
  • 23. meetings
  • 24. Who Can Do it?
  • 25. anyone
  • 26. (yes, you.)
  • 27. hereʼs how
  • 28. What You Need
  • 29. paper + pencil
  • 30. after today you may chooseto add...
  • 31. your favourite kindof notebook
  • 32. meet the Moleskine
  • 33. picture: zachbulick.com(grid paper for me)
  • 34. picture: @doodledan(plain paper for my buddy, Gab)
  • 35. How Do I Do it?
  • 36. notebook setup
  • 37. topic or session title author/presenter (should also include date)right page vertical margin
  • 38. mindmap
  • 39. sketchnotes
  • 40. basic shapes
  • 41. pictographs
  • 42. ideographs
  • 43. people
  • 44. making faces
  • 45. visual hierarchy
  • 46. Helping OthersSucceed
  • 47. outline meeting as map
  • 48. Software/Tools
  • 49. computer
  • 50. xmind ($0)
  • 51. mindnode ($0 or $20 w. extras)
  • 52. novamind ($49)
  • 53. imindmap (starting at $50)
  • 54. sketchbook pro ($65)
  • 55. wacom bamboo tablet ($100)
  • 56. ipad (tks @ninmah)
  • 57. ithoughts hd ($9.99)
  • 58. notes plus ($4.99)
  • 59. noteshelf ($4.99)
  • 60. brushes ($7.99)
  • 61. procreate ($4.99)
  • 62. sketchbook pro ($4.99)
  • 63. IRL (in real life)
  • 64. sketchnote all-stars
  • 65. mike rohde sketchnotearmy.com
  • 66. rachel smith www.ninmah.be
  • 67. eva-lotta lamm evalotta.net
  • 68. eva-lotta lamm evalotta.net
  • 69. community ofsketchnoters
  • 70. Read
  • 71. read: visual meetings
  • 72. read: game storming
  • 73. If you have any questions or you would like Travis to give thisQʼs? presentation at your organization email: travis@walkingmaverick.com
  • 74. walkingmaverick.com

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