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In the vivid grammar graph, people are represented by portraits, numbers by charts, positions by maps, tense by timelines, interactions by flowcharts and reasons by multivariable plots. We never have to look at blah-blah-blah the same way.

Jan 07, Dani Shuping rated it it was amazing. The insights in Blah-Blah-Blah will help you cut through the clutter and make ideas vivid.

Blah Blah Blah: What To Do When Words Don’t Work

I finished dree book in less than a day, I was so excited by it. I see a possible follow-on question to the concepts in Roam’s books — dealing with unintended consequences of simplification. Apr 03, Andy Doyle rated it really liked it. I like taking photos but I express myself much better in hlah than pictures. Through Vivid Thinking, we can make the most complicated subjects suddenly crystal clear. So I was excited to get a chance to read this new book of his that deals with speaking and presenting ideas better, and killing the blahs–complexity, boredom, and misunderstanding.


Overview Music Video Charts. Opening the iTunes Store. They can’t-and that’s bad, because words have become our default thinking tool. Doing that would allow you to make your own thinking more vivid, help others to get their ideas more clear and also expose problems in a poorly presented or even malicious idea.

I’ve read a few books where the author is telling the readers to do X, which the book conspicuously fails to do, itself.

Powerful as words are, we fool ourselves when we think our words alone can detect, describe, and defuse the multifaceted problems of today. A little boring, could go faster. If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. This book offers a way out of blah-blah-blah.

The phrases “blah” or “blah-blah-blah” or “blah-blah-blah-meter” are used hundreds of times, to the point of annoyance, and the fox and hummingbird that represent our different types of thinking felt confusing. Really interesting ideas and useful graphics–but the print was way too small. 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.

The Doodle Revolution Sunni Brown. A book about how to pair words with pictures to effectively relay information to others. His thoughts about to create new ideas was a l Some good ideas, taking the “picture says a thousand words” to heard. In Blah Blah Blah, he extends his earlier work and reinforces the same basic message: Roam had more than this to tell and he resorted to including many, many footnotes along with a few pages of endnotes.


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I put in only about 5 bookmarks. Lakshmi rated it really liked it. In the writing of this book Roam included many simple drawings to help illustrate frfe.

Nov 22, Mike Trapp rated it it was amazing. Let me give you the quick, strictly no blah-blah-blah summary: It’s going to require practice, but Roam’s approach has given me a structured, simple way of breaking down complex topics and serving them up as stories.

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Jun 08, Baiju Mathew rated it it was amazing. For leaders, managers, educators, salespeople, students, politicians, and markets, it has never been more important to be vividly clear. I found this one to be much better than The Back of the Napkin by the same author.