I’ve heard, “I’m not a visual person,” quite often lately.
Sometimes it takes other forms… “well it just doesn’t appeal to me, maybe I’m old school.”
All that might be true. I’m not going to fight you on it. But here’s my question. Why does that matter?
When you present, do you present to yourself or do you present to your audience? I know that there is a big chunk of audience out there that love visuals. Likely many of your stakeholders. And it’s your audience that matters.
A couple of these cartoons are somewhat unrelated, so it’s not really a true set. Hope you like them nonetheless.
Why you being a visual person should be irrelevant…
If all else fails, you could try song.
There is a reason for all the multimedia demand.
There are more one trick ponies now-a-days. But the tricks are getting better.
The people you work with think you’re great. Is that enough?