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Doodlers, rejoice! Scrawling stick figures and pyramids in afternoon meetings may actually make us concentrate more on the tasks at hand, not less.

Doodlers, rejoice! Scrawling stick figures and pyramids in afternoon meetings may actually make us concentrate more on the tasks at hand, not less.

John F. Kennedy drew sailboats. Ronald Reagan sketched cowboys, football players and hearts. Russian writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky filled his manuscript pages with images of buildings and faces. And Teddy Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower and Hillary Clinton: doodlers, all.

  • Words:
    Stephanie Rosenbaum Klassen
  • Photography:
    Anders Schønnemann
  • Styling:
    Natalie Schwer

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  • Words:
    Stephanie Rosenbaum Klassen
  • Photography:
    Anders Schønnemann
  • Styling:
    Natalie Schwer
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