It’s tempting to regard mind mapping as yet another right-brained thinking technique that enables us to tap into the creative side of our marvelous brains. But that would be selling it short.
Archives for January 2010
Earlier this week, Mindjet launched a Mac version of MindManager 8 that users of this visually-oriented operating system can be proud of.
Dan Roam, author of the popular visual thinking book, The Back of the Napkin, has just published a workbook called Unfolding the Napkin: The Hands-On Method for Solving Complex Problems with Simple Pictures.
The results are now in on the Most Improved Mind Mapping Survey of 2009. The winner is… well, actually, you’ll have to read the blog post to discover who the winner is, and who appears to be gaining fast on the front-runner!
This post is addressed to those of you who have been reading this blog, but haven’t purchased or downloaded any mind mapping software. What are you waiting for?
If you want to engage in a deeper study of the principles, applications and possibilities of visual mapping, here are 8 books that I have personally read and recommend.
Mind Maps for Business: Revolutionize Your Business Thinking and Practice is a new book from Tony Buzan and Chris Griffiths, CEO and Founder of Buzan Online, that shows you how to develop your visual thinking skills core business areas, including project management, selling and leadership.
Last week, I was interviewed by Bob Patterson, author of the On Target podcast and the WorkloadMaster Blog, which focuses on tips, tools and techniques to help you overcome information overload. Our conversation focused heavily on mind mapping software.
How can I help you in 2010? Please let me know!
This week is your last chance to participate in the Most Improved Mind Mapping Software of 2009 survey.