Inspirational flow charts, graphics, and cartoons
If you know me at all, you know I love flow charts, graphics, and cartoons!
I also love when people send them to me. I don’t care if they’re graphs, pie charts, or Venn diagrams. Sometimes I’ve seen them before, but you never know — what if I haven’t?I love flow charts, graphics, and cartoons! These days, the simpler the better. Here are some of my favorites. Click To Tweet
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It’s been a while since I’ve added to this album, but I used to post one each week on my Facebook biz page: FRIDAY FLOW CHARTS (& Other Graphics I Like). Looks like this feature ran from mid-2012 to early-2015. Many of them are unattributed, and are also presumably one-offs.
Looking back, I notice that many of the charts are very busy. The best ones have a humorous twist, such as all paths leading to “eat the cookie”. Sometimes though, for me these days, the simpler the better.
Here’s one I love that a great number of people on the internet have also used. And here’s a link in which the artist, Henck van Bilsen, was identified by the person I had previously thought to be the originator.
Here are some of my favorite sources of inspirational flow charts, graphics, and cartoons:
(Janis agreed, via email, that I could use my choice of his art in this post. There are so many good ones it was hard to decide!)
Liz and Mollie
Liz’s website addresses licensing.
Everyday People Cartoons
I licensed this cartoon to illustrate my NAPO2017 presentation, Networking for Introverts.
While I’m at it:
And here are some cartoons by John Callahan that were published in the Los Angeles Times during the first Menendez trial. I licensed one of them for my use in 1994, and was sent several others in the bargain: Callahan Courtroom Cartoons
Go with the flow!
Last year I published my own book of flow charts: Go With the Flow! The Clutter Flow Chart Workbook. I created and released them periodically over the years. As it turns out, the workbook includes all 17 charts which, happily, equals the number of years I worked with clients as a professional organizer.
What are your favorite flow charts, graphics, and cartoons?
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