Shoot me. I doodle at meetings.

doodle v scribble or draw aimlessly; n shape or picture drawn aimlessly.

The pleasure of discovering a novel product. Not to be misconstrued as any other Kleenex moment.

Crying over split milk

Internal relationships should be the most important, no?

Market share dilemmas....

Disclaimer:
These are my doodles and do not represent the doodles that my employers may produce themselves.
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  1. I like most

    internal relationships 🙂

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  2. You’ve reminded me that I’ve been meaning to scan and share some of my own long corporatey meeting doodles. I think if you’re not doodling during those kinds of meetings, well, actually, my brain can’t even go there. Doodling helps me consider the needs and implications of a given situation in a more robust, creative way. It releases something. I doodle through lectures, book readings, whatever. Almost anytime someone is speaking and I have no other way of really interacting. Meeting with clients or artists or editors or workshops is different, because I expect a conversation. To art!

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  3. LOL, you have me embarassed that my doodles aren’t nearly interesting enough. Spirals, flowers, 3D boxes and butterflies. haha!
    Maybe I need to add more text, like “A Kleenex Moment” or something like that. Shake things up a bit!!

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  4. I HAVE to doodle in order to listen whether in a meeting or listening to a lecture or in church. However, my doodles are not very artistic like your are. I found your blog on http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/01/10/want-a-blogging-buddy-it-will-up-your-morale/#comments

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  5. I love your doodles! Mine are always just geometric shapes. Everything I start with turns into a hexagon, a circle, or many rectangles as building blocks. Id’ want to sit beside you in a meeting and name your doodles!!

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  6. Great doodles! Doodling definately makes meetings go by faster! Just don’t let your boss see your blog LOL!!

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