¡Viva la Doodle Revolución!
Do you doodle? It’s okay, you can admit it since the act is actually an attribute. According to Sunni Brown, author of The Doodle Revolution: Unlock the Power to Think Differently, doodling is “one of the most powerful, practical and pleasurable tools available to empower members of the business, creative, and knowledge communities.”
That’s right, doodling isn’t just for kids—it’s for businessmen and women because doodles “unlock the power to think differently.”
From The Pragmatist’s Razor to A Visual Explanation of the Mind Map, the book shows readers that doodling isn’t just about observation and eye-hand-coordination, it’s “a journey to visual literacy” and promises “the path will offer you something of value.”
Once you do, you’ll join the ranks of famous doodlers including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama.
That’s a pretty presidential list—and doesn’t even include writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Samuel Beckett, Sylvia Plath, Vladimir Nabokov, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Kurt Vonnegat, or Mark Twain! Now add a few geniuses like Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Albert Einstein to the list and you know doodling is the way to go!