Three Ingredients to Make the Perfect Business

Jul 24, 2009

Thanks to Jessica Hagy and her Indexed project, we’ve seen lots of graphs and venn diagrams to communicate ideas outside of data. Some are bad and others are good. Here’s one of the good ones. Bud Caddell shows what it takes to make the perfect business, or more generally, just about everyone’s dream – to get paid for what you’re good at and love to do. Get the poster version of the graphic here.

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Venn Diagram

An abstract visualization method to show the intersection between categories.

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