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IIP021: How To Solve Complicated Problems Using Simple Illustrations

Inspiring Innovation Podcast
Inspiring Innovation Podcast episode 021  Get it on iTunes

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to solve complicated problems with simple illustrations?
  • How to consume a lot more information, in a lot less time?
  • How to make problem solving and strategic planning easy and fun.
  • How to pull ideas from your head and translate them into something that is literally – crystal clear!

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2 thoughts on “IIP021: How To Solve Complicated Problems Using Simple Illustrations”

  1. Loved this interview Meron – especially that last question – so powerful!
    I used to get mocked for my “back of the napkin” drawing to solve problems, now it’s cool! 😉

    1. Back of the napkin is super cool. I still don’t utilize this as much as I should, but I’m better than I used to be. I envy those like you, who do 🙂 Tell me more about how your work in teaching the world how to profit (about page on your site) – that sounds like a wonderful job!! 🙂

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