Once you have finished: Put a line at the top and a line at the bottom to make it look like a vase. In our society, most people are more dominated by the left side of their brain and it can be quite a challenge for the right side of your brain to do what it is good at (to really see). Your current success and your future success will depend on your ability to avoid information overload and to communicate with others without adding to their information overload.
One way to accomplish this is to switch from linear text to visual image processing wherever possible.
With written text your brain must decipher each letter and letter combination words to arrive at a meaning within its context.
Most of us grasp differences more readily by seeing graphs, charts and ven diagrams than wading through text with statistical analyses.
When it comes to conveying more detailed or complex information, the brain responds to inforgraphics more readily because of the variety of visual components. Your visual brain is easily distracted from the predictable and the mundane by something that captures its attention by being different, novel or unique.


A good infographic is effective when it not only visually attracts your brain’s attention but also causes your brain to focus-in and process.
Below is an example of an infographic on the functional differences between the right and left brain hemispheres.
To learn more on how this can advance your success, click here for the post The Science of Infographics by Mark Smiciklas and watch here the Ted Talk video by David Mc Candeless on data visualization below.
That is a concept that has never occurred to me, possibly because I respond exact;y the opposite. All you need to do is give your brain some exercises that the left brain can't handle but the right brain can. By comparison, a visual image conveys information and meaning more quickly to you based on memory of prior images, pattern association and meaning. Unless we have a brain that thrives on statistics, most of our brains shut down to this kind of information. Visual components easily incorporate juxtaposed color combinations, font styles and sizes, organic and linear compositions, and words and images.


The end result is to reduce the written text into a more efficient meaningful message or learning.
It shows how a concept of basic differences can be more easily and quickly understood by your brain than reading a written explanation. Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers.
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