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In Defense of Doodling

Now, you and I know that doodling doesn’t need defending.

But for some reason, some people still just don’t get it. They still think it’s just scribbling, a distraction from something more important than what is going on, a waste of time.


I’ve brought up this issue before (See: Doodlers, Be Brave! ) and had hoped it had been laid to rest, but . . . well, if wishes were horses. . .

So, today, I have yet another justification of doodling for the doubters.



So, there you go again, doubters. Doodlers, besides being just plain more interesting people, remember things better and use doodling to help solve problems and . . . lots of other stuff.  (It was on national television, for heaven’s sake!)

And, for those of you who have bosses who are doubters of the value of doodling, please feel free to share this post with them.  It’s practically a hall pass for you to doodle in meetings.


P.S.  For those who are interested, here’s where you can get Sunni Brown’s book The Doodle Revolution: Unlock the Power to Think Differently.

 (Yes, it’s an affiliate link.)