When you look at your computer, what do you see?
If your desktop is like mine, it’s full of icons. A little illustrated hard drive, loads of apps, several bright blue folders, little white documents, miniature versions of pictures… and so on.
These icons convey meaning to people without text, and make it simple and intuitive for us to understand how to navigate the computer system.
If you think about your brain like your operating system, then it won’t surprise you that recent neuroscience research suggests that our minds process information in pictures and appear to be stimulated by color and images more than by language.
As a teacher, I know the power of stories and visual metaphors. I have spent much of my adult life finding ways to communicate with my network marketing and direct sales clients about the powers and pitfalls of the human mind. My goal is to give them simple tools and techniques to make positive changes in their businesses by shifting their mindset to achieve greater financial success and overall satisfaction.