Visual Intelligence

Can you tell without looking, what color shoes your boss was wearing today? The color of your neighbours door? Unless you’re Sherlock Holmes, you probably won’t remember or pay special attention to these kind of things. But what if improving your observations skills and sharpening your perception, could give you an edge in your personal and professional life?

In “Visual Intelligence – Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life“, Amy E. Herman teaches us to not just look, but see. As an art historian, she uses paintings to illustrate the different concepts and gets us, as readers to start practising right away.

Published by Tina

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