Feb 4, 2020
On this episode, Mike is joined
by Clint Clarkson. Clint is the Founder of eLearning Alchemy and is
an author of L& D Scenes - Comics for Learning Professionals.
Mike and Clint discuss the value of comics in business today as
well as how to get our creativity flowing.
can we convey an interesting message in comics?
do you do it so it doesn’t take away from the story?
does spacing impact communication?
is it important for someone to relate, but not feel
are the negative connotations of sales?
can we initiate the creative process?
- Abstraction allows people to recognize it as a
human experience while keeping it far enough away that they don’t
is often confusion around engagement and interaction. Engagement =
“brains-on” activities while interaction = “hand-on”
- Questions automatically make a person
can’t communicate or learn effectively if we are in fight or flight
moment you are trying to actively sell without adding value, people
will find a way to tune you out and get rid of you.
- People are the heroes of their own
working on being more creative, ask how what you are working on can
be more human. Fun, engaging, interesting.
are all creative in some way.
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