26
Apr
Draw To Win: How to Lead, Sell, and Innovate With Your Visual Mind
05:30 to 07:30
San Francisco,
CA,
04-26-17

Join us for 

Draw To Win: How to Lead, Sell, and Innovate With Your Visual Mind

with

Author Dan Roam 

 

Get ready for the ultimate crash course in communicating and solving problems with simple pictures.

The most underutilized entrepreneurial resource in the world is the human vision system. More than half the neurons in the human brain are dedicated to processing vision, yet most businesspeople have no idea how to seize the incredible innovation and sales engine located right in our own heads.

In this interactive seminar, international bestselling author Dan Roam (“The Back of the Napkin,” “Show & Tell,” and “Draw To Win”) will illustrate with science, stories, and sketches exactly how to leverage your mind’s eye for breakthrough success. Dan’s neurobiologically-based approach will open your eyes to an entirely new array of visual leadership, innovation, and sales possibilities you can use immediately.

From the ten commandments of visual thinking to the secret visual stories of history’s most visionary leaders, this seminar will leave you convinced of your own visual genius, and ready to apply the tools to your next business meeting, pitch, or brainstorm.

 

OUR SPEAKER 


  • Dan Roam

Dan Roam 

Dan Roam is the author of four international bestselling books on visual communications which have been translated into 31 languages. “The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems with Pictures” was named by Fast Company, The London Times, and BusinessWeek as ‘Creativity Book of the Year.’ Dan’s newest book, “Draw to Win” was just published by Penguin Portfolio and debuted as Amazon’s #1 in the categories of “Business Presentations” and “Sales & Marketing.” Dan has helped leaders at Google, Microsoft, Boeing, Gap, IBM, the US Navy, the United States Senate, and the White House solve complex problems with simple pictures. Dan and his whiteboard appear frequently on CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NPR. Dan graduated from the University of California Santa Cruz with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art and a Minor in Biology.

 



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