The iceberg can be used to convey many concepts. In the series example, it is used to illustrate a group of problems that need resolution. It can also be a metaphor for hazards (known and unknown), deception, hidden agendas, visible values, etc.
The are a little tricky to deal with so the PowerPoint download has water included. If you want to just use a line to signify the water level, simply remove the fields and add the line.
There are two icebergs for your use. They can be used together as metaphors for separate problems, etc., or the smaller can be what the large has melted into – icebergs change shape as they reduce in size. See the downloadable animation example for a way to use both of the icebergs together in one concept.
Be sure to refer to the tutorial for ideas on color and other formatting.
Key search words: iceberg, unseen, below the surface, unknown, hazards, invisible
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Keywords: iceberg, unseen, below the surface, unknown, hazards, invisible
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