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This is a very impressive "graphic recording" of a talk given by Guy Kawasaki. Isn't it pretty? (My fetish for infographics grows stronger by the day, I should seek help).
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I created this graphic recording for a Conference of the International Coach Federation. To see a LARGER VERSION and other graphic recordings, visit my website at http://www.visual-logic.net
Thanks for posting! Martha McGinnis
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