Speaking and drawing utilize different areas in the brain. Speaking and writing, however, share some of the same brain circuitry. (Restak, Richard, MD. The New Brain.p 60-62. PA: Rodale, 2003.)

Speaking effectively requires a fine balance between the left and right hemispheres. Speakers who hold your attention usually shift from side to side, alternating between precise, logical speech in rapid crisp style, and some personal comment, a joke, or a dramatic experience in an animated expressive style. (Wonder, Jacquelyn, and Priscilla Donovan. Whole Brain Thinking. p 166. NY: Ballantine Books, 1984.)

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