Visual notes #1: Peter Irvine
There’s nothing better than starting the day listening to an inspirational speaker. Today at Tamworth’s Chamber of Commerce business breakfast briefing Peter Irvine, the co-founder of Gloria Jean’s Coffee, provided a double shot of business ideas, energy, insights and advice. As with all good presenters, Peter captivated the audience with real-life stories and experiences. Truly a case of re-living his experiences, not re-telling them. Making a connection, not shovelling out content to the audience. Here are my rough visual notes drawn furiously while listening intently and trying to scoff down the great breakfast at the All Seasons hotel.
Visual notes #2: Peter Irvine
Visual notes #3: Peter Irvine
My graphic recording poster of the Q&A with Paul Roos & Susie Maroney
I had the privilege last week of being the graphic recorder at A Day of Inspiration, which is billed as one of Australia’s most inspiring corporate events. All my graphic recording posters of each key note speaker can be downloaded here for free. There are nine graphic recording posters in total.
A Day of Inspiration brings together some great keynote speakers who take the stage for a full day to share amazing stories about life, business, achievements, courage and determination. The day raises vital money, awareness and support in the fight against cancer (all proceeds go to the Tour de Cure – a cycling foundation committed to finding a cure for cancer).
It was great to use my graphic recording skills to support such a great cause and draw speeches ’live’ by the likes of Peter Fitzsimons, Drew Ginn, Susie Maroney, Philip Hesketh, Petrea King, Gerry Ryan, Leo Sayer, Paul Roos and others. Thanks to Gary Bertwistle and his team for a great day and for getting me involved.
My graphic recording poster of speeches by Leo Sayer and Drew Ginn
My graphic recording poster of Petrea King's speech
My graphic recording boards & work zone in the background
The Day of Inspiration venue: Doltone House