The art of Vivid Thinking

WHAT IS VIVID THINKING?
VIVID = VISUAL + VERBAL + INTERDEPENDENT
When we create vivid ideas we do the following:
We create it using words and pictures.
It contains words and pictures.
We can explain it to any audience using words and pictures.
HOW TO IDENTIFY NON-VIVID THINKING?
This vivid thinking is an antidote to blah-blah-blah which stands for complexity, misunderstanding and boredom. To think vividly it is necessary to identify blah-blah-blah, so that we can transform it into vivid thinking. To do that we use the blah-blah meter:

Procrastination

The action of delaying or postponing something. Tomorrow is another day, and for procrastinators that means another day to avoid doing stuff. Throughout his life, Leonardo Da Vinci only completed 20 total paintings in his lifetime, because much like modern students he got distracted doodling. His most famous work The Mona Lisa took him 16 years to finish.