Sketchnoting books: "Living Forward" sketchnoted by Matt Miller

Today we feature Matt Miller who sketchnoted  "Living Forward" by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy .

He wrote:

When I read something that connects with me, my first impulse is to do something with it and share it with others. I like to take the message of authors or keynote speakers and put my own twist on it through organization and illustration. I read "Living Forward" by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy, a book about intentional living and creating a life plan. I incorporated the same blue that dominated the book's design as a spot color and tried to incorporate lots of icons as visual hooks.

Here you can find two more sketchnotes about the book:

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"... my first impulse is to do something with it and share it with others ..." 

I like how you think Matt!

- Mauro

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