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In this episode, I talk with Berlin-based sketchnoter, author, illustrator Nadine Rossa. Hear how she got into visualization, how she wrote her books, and the excitement she has around online teaching and some of the opportunities and challenges it presents.
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- Intro: Who is Nadine
- Nadine’s origin story
- Her experience writing books
- Nadine’s path to iteaching
- What makes online training different
- Strengths and weaknesses go online vs. in-person
- What Nadine is most excited about in the future
- 3 tips
- Nadine’s Website
- Nadine on Instagram
- Nadine on LinkedIn
- Nadine on Twitter
- Nadine’s Books
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- Practice a lot — do it daily to get better
- Look for inspiration, copy to learn, then make it your own
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