You gotta love Jessica Hagy. If you’ve got the skills you should be able to widen the valley in that curve significantly.
Have a nice weekend all.
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Very true. Nice simple graphic that says a lot.
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So very true. So many times I see people at either of the peaks. It takes talent to be able to understand the audience/reader/viewer and be able to know what they are capable of comprehending.
I love the “front of the index card” visualization.
Your graphic is beautifully simple, but it’s true genius is in the fact that it applies to just about everything. Well done.
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This is the simplest but also possibly the best explanation of many
That should be on a t-shirt.
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