(Infographic Featured in Lifestyle Article on Work & Life - Blogher.com)
We all know that each person has different strengths, abilities, and skills. I was first introduced to the concept of "multiple intelligences" when I read Howard Garner's book on the subject. I finally found a way to explain why I felt like I learned differently to other people. And why journaling was such an important aspect of my life.
When I was growing up the traditional schooling methods basically focused...
I truly believe that when you put pen to paper, you open your heart channel for ideas, insights, and inspirations. We live in two worlds. There is the physical world and the creative world. And when you use your pen to capture your ideas it becomes your magic wand for accessing the universal download.
You might be in a place where you have not been creative in a very long time. Or you might feel like you have lost your creative mojo. You could be a new student of the Doodle...
In the Article by Anna she starts by defining doodling.
Doodling: the spontaneous act of drawing, typically in the margins of whatever one is really supposed to be working on — is more than a humble distraction. While doodling gets a bad rap, it’s actually associated with better learning, creativity, and performance.
She then explains there are 5 benefits from doodling.
1. Doodling Helps You Concentrate
2. Doodling Makes You A More Productive Employee
(Infographic Published in The Huffington Post - November 1, 2016)
Although the word still causes much confusion, today the history of doodling is a lot clearer than it once was. Doodling, as we know, is a quick and limited drawing that looks to try and tap into the artistic talent of those who are involved. However, for too long may have viewed the art of doodling as nothing more than sketching or passing the time.
However, doodling is far more of an art form or a skill than...