September 24th, 2014
I was a great admirer of Steve Jobs and always been a ‘Mac’ person – so I thought it was fitting to draw a cartoon to one of his best quotes…
I once did this at a Tony Robbins conference – I haven’t a clue why it didn’t burn my feet. Is it mind over matter? Let me know what you think?
Health and safety cartoons – can same life or limb.
Let me know what you think to this whiteboard animation that goes through some of the hazards you might come across in a warehouse.
Is this a better way to highlight hazards or do you prefer the cartoon below where you try and spot them yourself?
Success cartoon!? How badly do you want it?
If you would like this ‘success cartoon’ or commission a different one please email Richard or call on +44 1246 209034
Moving Mountains – not easy – not impossible!
This quote by Lydia M. Child got me thinking…
‘Belief in oneself is one of the most important bricks in building any successful venture.’
Then I got this idea for cartoon…
Here’s a bit of the script for the Science Of Achievement whiteboard animation written by Michael Bolduc:
What is the quickest path from A to B – where you are now to where you want to B?
When Isaac Newton discovered the laws of motion, he discovered that objects in motion tend to stay in motion unless there is an opposing force – just think of the law of gravity and when an apple hit Newton’s head…
Success is not an accident.
You and I are bound by scientific laws that limit what we can or cannot do.
There is a cause for every effect… So, everything that happens has something that caused it. That means that all achievements, all wealth, and all happiness are all the effects of specific causes. Those causes are what we call the Science of Achievement.
The most important Universal Law of Success is this: Our Thoughts are causes, and our life conditions are the effect. In short, your life is a mirror of your consistent thoughts.
No matter how old you are now. YOU are never too young or too old for SUCCESS or going after what you want.
Here’s a long list of people who accomplished & (against the odds) great things at different ages…
1) Helen Keller At the age of 19 months Helen became deaf & blind. But that didn’t stop her.She was the first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree
2) Mozart was already competent on keyboard & violin, he composed from the age of 5
3) Shirley Temple was 6 when she became a movie star on “Bright Eyes”
4) Anne Frank was 12 when she wrote the diary of Anne Frank
5) Magnus Carlsen became a chess Grandmaster at the age of 13 years
6) Nadia Comăneci At age 14, gymnast of Romania scored seven perfect 10.0 and won three gold medals at the Olympics
7) Tenzin Gyatso was formally recognized as the 14th Dalai Lama November 1950, at the age of 15
8) Pele soccer superstar was 17 years old when he won the world cup in 1958 with Brazil
9) Elvis was a Superstar by age 19
10) John Lennon was 20 years & Paul Mcartney 18 when the Beatles had their first concert in1961
11) Jesse Owens was 22 when he won 4 gold medals in Berlin 1936
12) Beethoven was a Piano virtuoso by age 23
13) Issac Newton at 24 wrote Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica.
14) Roger Bannister was 25 When he broke the 4 minute mile record
15) Albert Einstein was 26 when he wrote the theory of relativity
16) Lance E Armstrong was 27 when he won the tour de France
17) Michelangelo created the two of the greatest sculptures “David” and “Pieta” by age 28
18) Alexander the Great by age 29, had created one of the largest empires of the ancient world
19) J.K.Rowling was 30 years old when she finished the first manuscript for Harry Potter
20) Amelia Earhart was 31 years old when she became the first woman 2 fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean
21) Oprah was 32 when she started her talk show, which has become the highest-rated program of its kind
22) Edmund Hillary was 33 when he became the first man to reach Mount Everest (highest Mountain in the world
23) Martin Luther King jr was 34 When he did the speech “I have a dream”
24) Marie Curie was 35 years old when she got nominated 4 Nobel Prize in Physics 1903
25) The Wright brothers, Orville (was 32 ) & Wilbur (was 36) when they invented & built the world’s first successful airplane & making the first controlled, powered & sustained heavier-than-air human flight
26) Vincent Van Gogh was 37 when he died & virtually unknown yet his paintings today are worth millions
27) Neil Armstrong was 38 when he became the first man to set foot on the moon
28) Mark Twain was 40 when he wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and 49 years old for Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
29) Christopher Columbus was 41 when he discovered the Americas
30) Rosa Parks was 42 when she refused 2 obey bus driver’s order 2 give up her seat 2 make room for a white passenger.
31) John F. Kennedy was 43years when he became President of the United States
32) Henry Ford Was 45 when the Ford T came out
33) Suzanne Collins was 46 when she wrote “ The Hunger Games”
34) Charles Darwin was 50 years old when his book On the Origin of Species came out
35) Leonardo Da Vinci was 51 years old when he painted the Mona Lisa
36) Abraham Lincoln was 52 when he became president
37) Ray Kroc Was 53 when he bought the McDonalds Franchise and took it to unprecedented levels
38) Dr. Seuss was 54 when he wrote “the cat in the hat”
40) Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III was 57 years old when he successfully ditched US Airways Flight 1549, in the Hudson River in, 2009. All of the 155 passengers aboard the aircraft survived.
41) Colonel Harland Sanders was 61 when he started the KFC Franchise
42) J R R Tolkien was 62 when the lord of the ring books came out
43) Ronald Reagan was 69 when he became President of the United States
44) Jack Lalane at age 70 handcuffed, shackled, towed 70 rowboats
45) Nelson Mandela was 76 When he Became Presid”
― Pablo(Thanks for this list!)
Health and safety cartoon – spot the hazards in a warehouse. Warehouse hazard spotting cartoon.
Can you spot the hazards in the warehouse? Educate your warehouse staff with this cartoon – a health and safety cartoon can save accidents. In this cartoon you can see the following hazards: guy climbing up racking, split chemicals on the floor, guy has a ladder on top of some pallets trying to reach something from a ladder, broken window pane, fire exit blocked with pallets, rubbish and wheelie bins, guy on the forks of a fork lift truck, guy over-reaching from off the top of a stack of pallets, guy smoking, guy about to tread in oil spilt- slip hazard, unguarded machine, leaping over safety barrier, fork truck driver has load lifted very high over colleagues heads, twisting hazard, cutting hazard and finally lady in high heel shoes.
This cartoon measures 42cm x 29.7 and can be printed out poster size for you to educate your staff.
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