Innovative Thinking – Doodle Story Exercise – Blog 14

A Doodle Story

  1. Create a squiggle on a piece of paper.
  2. Use a phrase from the list below (or create one of your own).
  3. Transform your squiggle into a doodle, that visually expresses the phrase in some way. It could be literal or just a response to the phrase.
  • Happy as a clam
  • I can’t get no satisfaction
  • Where in the world?
  • A hard day’s night
  • Human nature
  • Is there a doctor in the house?
  • The art of noise
  • Here comes trouble
  • Abracadabra!
  • What’s that sound?

Go on…  Take a moment…  Do it…

Lon Safko
Serial Innovator, Keynote Speaker, Trainer, Innovative Thinking

 

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