Join me this summer in San Francisco — and draw to win.

My favorite event of the summer is when I get to book a beautiful space in San Francisco and invite fifty visual-thinkers to join me for two full days of intensive visual training. It’s engaging, it’s eye-opening, it’s strategic, it’s a lot of fun — and I’d love it for you to come. 


So please join me Aug 15-16, 2016 at the gorgeous Golden Gate Club overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge as we dive into my brand new book, Draw to Win. (The book won’t officially be available from Penguin/Random House until Sept. 15, so you’ll be the first to get a copy — one month ahead of everyone else!)

Get your advance copy of "Draw to Win"

I love this seminar because it is the real deal for intensive hands-on lessons in the art and science of visual problem-solving. We work through real-world case studies, we work through your challenges, and we do it in-person. Everybody has a chance to share, help, draw, think, and laugh.

This is what last year’s sold-out event looked like:


Here’s the agenda:

Day One [Aug 15]

  • Why you must use pictures in business.
  • How vision actually works.
  • How to draw anything in 3 minutes flat.
  • How to solve problems using your visual mind.

Day Two [Aug 16]

  • How to sell ideas, products, & services using pictures.
  • How to use pictures to tell your own truth.
  • How to draw to win. (Win business, win influence, win the day; whatever “win” means to you, that’s what drawing will help you do.)

Pictures are our best tool for leadership, sales, training, communications, and problem-solving. Over the past 10 years, I’ve personally trained thousands of professionals like you to become master visual-thinkers. Now I’d like to invite you to join me in San Francisco for my full two-day training conference. Discover for yourself the problem-solving power of your own visual mind. This is your chance to experience the same training I’ve delivered at Microsoft, Google, Boeing, Gap, Siemens, Philips, the United States Senate, and the White House.

Here are the details:

When: August 15-16, 2016.

Where: The Golden Gate Club in the Presidio of San Francisco.

Cost: EARLY-BIRD pricing now through June 15, 2016!

This two-day workshop normally costs $1,595, but if you register before June 15, you’ll save $300 off.
Register now and save $300! (Only $1,295 through June 15, 2016)

golden gate club

This course consistently ranks as the BEST COURSE offered at corporate training programs across the country. This is the same full course I have lead at Microsoft, Stanford, Boeing, Deloitte, Lucasfilm, the US Navy, the US Senate, and the White House Office of Communications.

Here’s what previous attendees say:

“Well worth my personal investment. Absolutely exceeded my expectations.” – Startup Entrepreneur

“I flat-out loved this conference!” – Project Manager at a Tech Giant

“Your Visual Codex is revolutionary; it will change the way the world communicates.” – CEO

Become a master visual-thinker!

  • Think faster.
  • Communicate more clearly.
  • Solve complex problems.
  • Draw to win.

Drawings and smiles

 Your fee includes:

  • 16 hours of intense, hands-on visual training.
  • Draw to Win pre-release edition book.
  • Personal whiteboard, pen, & erasure.
  • Excellent lunch.
  • True insight, useful tools, & real-world exercises.

Your fee includes: a full day of training, my book, your own whiteboard, lunch.



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