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Blah Blah Blah has ratings and 95 reviews. Tamara said: A book about how to pair words with pictures to effectively relay information to others. Read a free sample or buy Blah Blah Blah by Dan Roam. You can read this book with Apple Books on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. blah by dan roam book. Happy reading Blah Blah Blah By Dan Roam Book everyone. Download file Free Book PDF Blah Blah Blah By Dan.

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I highly recommend this book if you have to communicate idea’s to others. Now he proves that Vivid Thinking is even more powerful. If you hear a history, draw a timeline. Blah-Blah-Blah in a nutshell. Since they can’t evolve the idea in their own minds [i.


Really interesting ideas and useful graphics–but the print was way too small. It teaches you a gra Neat little book, teaches you how to get started using pictures simple drawings as a thinking tool.

I finished this book in less than a day, I was so excited by it. While I found “Napkin” valuable in work I was doing as I read it, I feel this book provides a more basic and more usable and memorable way to embed these concepts showing and telling into my presentations. Aug 28, Mostafa rated it did not like it.

Dan also practices this idea in the book as he walks us through his theory with a host of different characters, ranging from Einstein and Captain Sully to his old math teacher. Mar 06, S. This book is a good way to remember these thoughts, but it’s message could have been said in lot less of words itself. The Storyteller’s Secret Carmine Gallo.


Roam simplifies the concepts presented in that book while adding back in “the other half” of the tools used to present information — words. If you want to get away from boring text and step into the world of images and visuals, this is the book.

Mar 13, Jane Blan rated it liked it.

I wish to find Arabic version of this book. Refresh and try again. I work in a very technical environment and have many things to read and understand, and it’s a bit overwhelming.

Oct 21, Scott Haraburda rated it liked it. The book was short, clear, and e The author makes a case for communicating with pictures and words instead of just words. Jan 31, Manu rated it it was amazing.

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I do feel like though the message behind the book is very important, it was much too repetitive than getting straight to the point.

The author makes a case for communicating with pictures and words instead of just words. The third section, and the majority, of the book is on how to use vivid to improve your ideas. As a matter of fact, in a quick seminar last year, we were told basically the same ideas: We talk so much that we don’t think very well. My favorite part of the concept is that it puts everyone on the same page; that alone is worth the price of the book.


While I like words, I know that not everyone does and a picture can be a very effective way of communicating.

To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now. I think our entire team will benefit from Roam’s approach. His thoughts about to create new ideas was a l Some good ideas, taking the “picture says a thousand words” to heard.

I believe because the drawings were simple the verbiage tended to be simple as well.

So I was excited to get a chance to read this new book of his that deals with speaking and presenting ideas better, and killing the blahs–complexity, boredom, and misunderstanding. In the world that we are living in, it is becoming increasingly getting tough to persuade people with new ideas as they already have access to lots of information.

He provides a context for why the visual is so powerful — it accounts for most of our brain’s processing! Balancing the Visual and Verbal Minds Cruxcatalyst. This isn’t just a book about improving communications, presentations, and ideation; it’s about removing the blah-blah- blah from your life for good.

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