Why should I doodle every day?
I get asked this question a lot from prospective students interested in The Doodle Institute. I believe that it is incredibly important to pick up a pen and paper and draw something every single day - it does not take much time, it can be done anywhere and is one of the most powerful, transformative things you can do on a daily basis. The simple exercise I call, "putting pen to paper" is a great way to check in with your heart. When you doodle, you open your...
"People are always asking me about the "SCIENCE" behind doodling. I was recently asked if the students of the Doodle Institute would be interested in the following article. My reply was YES, they would! So, I am so happy to share this great article and infographic with you!"
Diane Bleck, Founder of the Doodle Institute
THE SCIENCE BEHIND YOUR DOODLES
written by: By Reuben Yonatan on December 11, 2018
It happens to most of us...
The Doodle Institute is one of the only learning environments that encourages our students to DOODLE YOUR DREAMS. We want our students to understand the power of Visual Learning. We believe when you put pen to paper, you open your heart channel to ideas, insights, and inspirations.
For the last 20 years, Diane Bleck has operated her own creative business working with companies large an small to bring IDEAS to LIFE!
Have you ever seen people take awesome sketch notes on their iPad or at...
Find out how one woman is creating a viral DOODLING IS THINKING movement!
Artist, mother, and founder of the Doodle Institute, Diane Bleck is starting an online movement based her latest Visual Learning Book titled, “Doodling is Thinking! 21 Doodle Days: A Visual Learning Workbook”. In fact, her latest broadcast on Periscope had 12,000 viewers tuning in to the Power of Doodling!
Diane is on a mission to is to unlock creativity at school, home and at work. Her hope is to...
Diane Bleck's work has earned her a stellar reputation. She has been an Innovation Strategist, Executive Coach & Graphic Facilitator for almost twenty years. Working with clients like TEDMED, Wired Magazine, Coca-Cola, Consumer Reports and even Google to create "Solutions You Can See." She has completed over 250+ corporate projects in North America, Europe, Canada, Australia, and Africa.
She is on a mission to unlock creativity at Home, School, and Work.
Almost everyone knows...
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...