What did Leonardo Da Vinci, George Washington, and John F. Kennedy all have in common?
They were all doodlers.
"Doodling is thinking in disguise," wrote author Sunni Brown in her book The Doodle Revolution.
While many people view it as a trivial concept, there's actually much more to the act of doodling than meets the eye. In fact, drawing engages many parts of the brain and can have a significant impact on our creative thinking.
Intrigued? Check out this infographic from Chronicle Books to learn more about the benefits of doodling and how you can use it to enhance your productivity.