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Visual Metaphor – From the Big Top to the Wild West

This is another in a series of visual metaphors that I provide as a learning tool for executive coaches in order to develop their clients’ leadership skills. This visual metaphor is a three panel, sequential cartoon that illustrates this client’s … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphor • Climb Every Mountain

This is another in a series of visual metaphors that I provide as a learning tool for executive coaches in order to develop their clients’ leadership skills. The visual metaphor in this case is a three panel, sequential cartoon that … Continue reading

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When Werewolves Attack…

…fight like hell!

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Visual Metaphor • From Chaos to Calm

Here is another in a series of visual metaphors that I provide to a counselor who coaches executives helping them sharpen their managerial skills and develop their leadership potential. In this one as with the all of the others the … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphor • Work/Life Balance

This is another in a series of visual metaphors that I provide to an executive coach that works with key personnel in organizations helping them sharpen their managerial skills and develop their leadership potential. In this one as with the … Continue reading

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Werewolf Interrupted

I’m not yet ready to declare the juvenile sketchbook I wrote about recently as the NEW Sketchbook from Heaven, but I do usually keep it close at hand, and I am busily filling its cheap pages with scribbles. It may … Continue reading

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Not a Bad Little Sketchbook

I finished off another inexpensive sketchbook purchased from Target. I’ve had luck with the cheap little sketchbooks they carry so when we see something new on the shelves, we snag it. The paper was all right for dry media but … Continue reading

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It’s Pixels Versus Pigments, Again

The late, great Dan Love was a good friend and a technological guru who pushed me kicking and screaming into new computers and gadgets I never realized I needed until I started to use them. He was passionate about computers … Continue reading

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Tuesday Doodle – Not Fast Enough

Today’s doodle is another one I did sitting on the couch while watching television. It was drawn in a 6 inch by 9 inch sketchbook manufactured in India for Ticonderoga and was sold at Target. It’s got a wire binding … Continue reading

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The Wonder of White Bread

This was another cartoon spot illustration that I did for The Philadelphia Daily News as part of “The Secret Life of Food.” It ran with the shivering banana that I featured here at Willceau Illo News recently. Similar to the … Continue reading

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