Capturing Information Visually Can Go a Long Way

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At FPA Retreat today, attendees were treated to visual representations of various sessions thanks to Giselle Chow. Chow is a skilled artist, who describes what she does as, “visual thinking and graphic facilitation to convene groups, engage participants, and develop solutions.”

Here’s a look at some of what Chow captured today. How might you visually capture planning points for your clients?

One of three panels captured in the Circle Gathering at FPA Retreat. (For some perspective, this is about 6 feet by 4 feet!)

One of three panels captured in the Circle Gathering at FPA Retreat. (For some perspective, this is about 6 feet by 4 feet!)

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Chow's visual representation of Michael Kitces's session on the "rising equity glidepath." (Thank you Rick Kahler for posting this on Twitter!)

Chow’s visual representation of Michael Kitces’s session on the “rising equity glidepath.” (Thank you Rick Kahler for posting this on Twitter!)

Giselle Chow visually captures the Circle Gathering at FPA Retreat in Miami.

Giselle Chow visually captures the Circle Gathering at FPA Retreat in Miami.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carly SchulakaCarly Schulaka
Editor 

Journal of Financial Planning 
Denver, CO

 

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