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33 Ways for Entrepreneurs to Visualize Ideas – Even without any Design Skills





You don’t need any artistic abilities to create great visuals (I’m one of those people who can only draw stick figures).

In fact, spatial intelligence — our ability to visualize the world around us – is one of the nine intelligence types each one of us possesses to some degree. Practice expressing yourself visually and you’ll be surprised as how it quickly becomes second nature.

So how do you visualize your ideas?

Your old standby bar graphs and pie charts are just the tip of the iceberg – it’s not uncommon now to see executives and professionals of all stripes working on visuals instead of hunkering down at the keyboard for a long session of pecking away in Word.

The people over at Funders & Founders have created this interesting infographic which highlights 33 different ways to visualize your ideas.

Ways to Visualize Ideas

Unleash your inner creative and challenge yourself to try one of these visual formats the next time you need to pitch your idea to a colleague or client.





33 Ways to Visualize Ideas

A version of this post was first published on Inc.com.

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Larry Kim


Larry Kim Larry Kim founded WordStream in 2007. He serves as company CTO and is the author of 4 Award-Winning Books on Software Development. Larry also blogs at the WordStream Blog and practices photography in his spare time.

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  1. Aira Bongco

    Some people are more visual than others. They are more comfortable in sorting their ideas with images.

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