What’s the use case? (Seth Godin blog)

Here’s a simple diagram sketch of excellent Seth Godin’s blog “What’s the use case?” (original blog here).

Seth writes about a right way to sell your ideas: ‘The most effective way to sell the execution of an idea is to describe the use case first. And before you can do that, you need to have both the trust of your client and enough information to figure out what would delight them.’

Even if we are too inspired with our projects, we have to remember that people don’t actually know the word about it. That is why it is important to figure out if a person wants a result your project is supposed to deliver. Secondly, the important point is to gain trust from your client.

That is how I see the visualization of this particular idea:

Visualization made in PowerPoint. Design elements from: www.InfoDiagram.com

Reading Seth’s blogs and sketching their essence is an excellent way to exercise simple visualization skills. His blogs are fast to read and they are full of great messages.

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