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How Drawing Helps You Think

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September 9, 2022

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How Drawing Helps You Think

While drawing, I discover what I really want to say.

– Dario Fo –

How Drawing Helps You Think

You don’t have to be an artist to draw! Drawing is something all of us have successfully used with a pen or pencil on paper to plan, show or imagine what we are thinking. Being good art doesnt really matter as long as ideas are being shared. In this beautifully illustrated talk, Ralph Ammer shows how drawing your thoughts can be a powerful tool for improving your thinking, creativity and communication. He wants you to believe in your drawing abilities, and provides numerous exercises to help you get started. According to Ammer, drawing is important for all of us to do not so that we can be artists but because drawing is another way of thinking just the way using words is a way to think out loud or on paper. Drawing is simply a way to think in another form. { read more }

Be The Change

Get out a pencil and paper today and allow yourself to draw out an idea that you have and share it with someone else. Let go of thinking that what you draw has to be “good art” and just enjoy being creative.

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