Learn How to Create Sketchnotes
Everywhere you go and everything you are a part of, there is so much information to take in and try to remember. What are you supposed to do to take it all in and still remember the important information?
And is there any way doing it can be interesting? Yes.
Sketchnotes are the best way to gather and retain the information that you take in each day. Whether you’re in a meeting, reading a book, watching a compelling speaker, or helping your child with homework, you can retain the big ideas better by creating sketchnotes.
That’s what I want to teach you.
I’ve been creating sketchnotes since 2010, and have taught hundreds of people while creating sketchnotes for Jeff Goins, Joanna Weibe, Paul Angone, Noah Kagan, Buffer, Teachable, and ConvertKit. Here are a few words from them!
Sketchnote Starter Course
I’ve put together 15 lessons and videos to help you learn sketchnotes and become comfortable with the process.
A lot of people get worked up about drawing, but everything I’m going to show you is 100% doable. You’ve been doing it all your life without noticing.
If you’ve ever looked at sketchnotes and wanted to use them to capture ideas better, this is the place to start. At the end of the lessons you’ll be ready to put pen to paper and begin creating.
Ready to get started? Just click the card below!
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