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We are unable to find iTunes on bpah computer. To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now. Ever been to so many meetings that you couldn’t get your work done? Ever fallen asleep during a bulletpoint presentation?

Ever watched dam news and ended up knowing less? Welcome to the land of Blah Blah Blah. We talk so much that we don’t think very well. Powerful as words are, we fool ourselves when we think our words alone can detect, describe, and defuse the multifaceted problems of today. They can’t-and that’s bad, because words have become our default thinking tool.

This book offers a way out of blah-blah-blah. It’s called “Vivid Thinking. Now he proves that Vivid Thinking is even more powerful. This technique combines our verbal and visual minds so that we can think and learn more quickly, teach and inspire our colleagues, and enjoy and share ideas in a whole new way.


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Through Vivid Thinking, we can make the most complicated subjects suddenly crystal clear. Whether trying to understand a Harvard Business School class, or what went down in the Conan versus Leno battle for late-night TV, or what Einstein thought about relativity, Vivid Thinking provides a way to clarify anything. Through dozens of guided examples, Roam proves that anyone can apply this systematic approach, from leftbrain types who hate to draw to right-brainers who hate to write.

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.

Thanks Mr Dan for your books especially this one. I wish to find Arabic version of this book.

By far, my favorite author, and he’s not known for his writing. My favorite part of the concept is that it puts everyone on the same page; that alone is worth the price of the book.

I’m only halfway though this book, but I am amazed at what 4 short years from “Back of the Napkin” have taught Dan Roam. For those of us in the corporate world particularly on a foreign assigmentthis book will allow you to blow past the BS, and help people make sense of what you are trying to convey. Overview Music Video Charts. Opening the iTunes Store. If iTunes doesn’t open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.

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Blah Blah Blah: What To Do When Words Don’t Work by Dan Roam

He rails against the iniquities of blah-blah-blah the hopped-up pompous language that leads to complexity which kills our ability to thinkmisunderstanding which kills our ability to leadand boredom which kills our ability to care. The solution, he proposes, is learning with images rather than words, which we do as children freee are then dissuaded from ever doing again, with the exception of standouts such as the Periodic Table of the Elements, the world s greatest organization chart.

Through a series of charming line drawings starring a fox representing the linear, verbal mind and a hummingbird representing the synthesizing, visual mind, Roam presents his theories on how to bpah ideas and arguments such that they can be readily understood which unfortunately, boils down to the rule to use images instead of words and not much else.

It s tough to miss the irony of a book decrying the unnecessary complication of language spinning out a single idea through dozens of unnecessary illustrative examples. Visual Meetings David Sibbet. The Doodle Revolution Sunni Brown. Think Simple Ken Segall.

The Storyteller’s Secret Carmine Gallo. More by Dan Roam. The Back of the Napkin Expanded Edition. Blah Blah Blah is available for download from Apple Books.