A lack of visuals could be your blind spot
By H. Adam Holt
Most learning and communication happen through visual experiences. The human brain is designed to process visual information quickly, and the saying, "A picture is worth a thousand words," has become iconic partly because there's so much truth in it.
When it comes to working with and educating people on complex financial matters, we make learning visual: Performance graphs, asset-allocation pie charts and cash-flow burndowns all aim to communicate complicated concepts in a more digestible manner.