Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Harry van der Velde
73 followers -
Harry is a visual, multi-dimensional thinker, somewhat like dyslexic people are. He tries to understand what (his) life is about. Likes to visualize “the ultimate way things should work”. Learned the impossibility of his quest, but stays happily hooked on it. Harry runs a one man’s business: ZICHT. (zicht is Dutch for sight) ZICHT provides visualisation of any organisational issue, be it business, political or cultural. It developes insight for its customers bij producing images that reflect their situation from a refreshing point of view. A perspective outside of the box. Harry combines his analytical and graphic skills to make things professionally clear. Specifically, abstract and /or complex situations and organizations. “If your vision is clear I can draw it. If it is still vague, my artwork will enlighten it.” His trick is simple: draw any given situation or problem. A sound concept can be represented by a clear picture of it, as it is a mental image by its nature. So drawing the situation quickly reveals its flaws; vague abstractions stay blurred and impossible to represent. The blank spots become visible. This helps the client to focus on the development of the necessary specifications and put all elements in their proper relations to the given situaton. Clarity is the final result
Harry is a visual, multi-dimensional thinker, somewhat like dyslexic people are. He tries to understand what (his) life is about. Likes to visualize “the ultimate way things should work”. Learned the impossibility of his quest, but stays happily hooked on it. Harry runs a one man’s business: ZICHT. (zicht is Dutch for sight) ZICHT provides visualisation of any organisational issue, be it business, political or cultural. It developes insight for its customers bij producing images that reflect their situation from a refreshing point of view. A perspective outside of the box. Harry combines his analytical and graphic skills to make things professionally clear. Specifically, abstract and /or complex situations and organizations. “If your vision is clear I can draw it. If it is still vague, my artwork will enlighten it.” His trick is simple: draw any given situation or problem. A sound concept can be represented by a clear picture of it, as it is a mental image by its nature. So drawing the situation quickly reveals its flaws; vague abstractions stay blurred and impossible to represent. The blank spots become visible. This helps the client to focus on the development of the necessary specifications and put all elements in their proper relations to the given situaton. Clarity is the final result

73 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
I always have learned that changing myself is the hardest challenge.
So I am amazed that I find myself relaxing and even doing a nap while I am just doing that!
It feels so easy and effortlessly. And all thanks to the customized personal sessions that bring me in the so called liminal state.
There my brains gets pleasant suggestions delivered live by an experienced trained professional.
This personal attention has become very dear to me.
The sessions help me to relax deeply and and slowly but surely dissolve all the unconscious patterns that do not serve me anymore.
I always feels so much better after a session, no matter how bad I felt at the start. And I become so much more effective.

https://goo.gl/maps/S2L7A4Hxop82
Add a comment...

Post has shared content
"Teams of young mappers and adult facilitators spend roughly 45 days traversing their slums. They learn the shape of their neighborhood, how streets interconnect (or don't), and the the density of homes there. This information becomes the map's skeleton. Then, they fill in the specifics."

"They stake out what's needed through the eyes of children—where underserved public areas could become play spaces, where trash bins could be added in an area they regularly see littered with filth. Their ideal neighborhood is drawn and detailed onto the map. Then, after it's complete, leaders from the child clubs present their work to local officials."
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
I like this. A lot.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Cought working...
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has shared content
That's probably the most succinct statement on terrorism I've heard yet.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Eten uit je eigen tuin. Instant rijkdom en geluk!
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Met dit weer kun je het best alleen maar wat rondhangen.
Photo
Add a comment...

I have always liked, used and repected Google. To me the personality of this brand was honest and fair. But Google seems to change. It seems to develop traits more common to less respectful brands, like the  interfering Microsoft or the arrogant Apple. Google takes control over my photo's, which I hate and worde, keeps me locked in in their system. That is exactly why Apple lost me as a client after 30 years. Has fear taken over from vision?
Add a comment...

After participating yesterday in the exploration of Boardthing at the MAFN webinar, I had a Skype chat with Dave Gray, the owner of the thing.
So I went to bed last night with a head full of impressions. This night I slept, dremt and pondered on it. As a result, I woke up this morning with the next version in my mind. :-) I want to take some time later this day to write down my take, for what its worth. Six hours ahead of Saint Louis, I'll allow my self breakfast first. :-)
Spoiler: Ownership is key in setting rules, priveleges, boundaries and goals. And Paul Boon did hit the nail asking for connecting lines.

Post has attachment
Bert had ook zulke plannen voor in Antwerpen
Photo
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded