I am using an analogy of icebergs to create a way that our mind works for my business. 5 images required. Its about the visual component. People need to relate to the visual component rather than the words. Simple sketch in fine.
(PICTURE 1 - ICEBERG UPRIGHT) - Image of an iceberg upright in the water - seeing 20% above and see the rest below water level
NOTES – They say we only see 20% of the mass of the iceberg. What you see above the surface level is your conscious mind and below that we aren’t paying attention to is the massive structure, weight and influence of the subconscious mind.
(PICTURE 2 – UPSIDE DOWN) - The same iceberg upside down the 80% above the water and 20% below. Maybe sketch or stick figure of person on top of iceberg
NOTES: The Iceberg flipped – This should look awkward. In an attempt to change we make a conscious decision to flip it using our logic and willpower.
(PICTURE 3 – CAN’T KEEP IT UP) - The same iceberg, with the stick figure person trying to hold it upright. showing stress and pressure
NOTES: Should look awkward, maybe trying to hold up or using a rope.
(PICTURE 4 - ICEBERG FLIPS BACK TO ORIGINAL UPRIGHT COMIGN CRASHING BACK DOWN INTO THE WATER)
NOTES: Iceberg smashing back into the water.
(PICTURE 5 – UPRIGHT REAL TIME)
NOTES: Upright iceberg with stick figure on top with a telescope on look out.
Sketch and stick figures are fine. Its about the visual explanation.