Topics covered in the August 2010 mind mapping coaching call include iPhone mapping apps, analyzing your competitors and how to manage project mind maps.
Archives for August 2010
I am pleased to report that a significantly expanded 3rd edition of my popular e-book, Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping Software, is now available. It features nearly 50 pages of new tips and strategies to help you become a master mind mapper.
David Sibbett’s new book on visual thinking, Visual Meetings, contains a treasure trove of advice for people who want to be better problem solvers and have more fun at work.
Mindo is a new mind mapping app that was recently introduced for the iPad. It offers a full set of features, and looks very promising.
Meeting management can be a real challenge. For any business meeting, then you realize there’s a myriad of details that you must manage effectively.
Could mind mapping software be the ultimate “way finding” tool for people who are indispensable in their work? My recent analysis of Seth Godin’s new book, Linchpins, says yes.
The latest update to NovaMind 5 for Windows now gives you an unprecedented amount of control over the relationship lines in your mind maps. You won’t believe what you can do with them.
I recently interviewed Jamie Nast about profile mind maps, which can be used by job seekers and others to differentiate themselves in a very engaging way.
What’s behind the concept of Speed Mind Mapping? More than I thought, as I discovered in my recent interview with Matthew Tanguay, its developer.
Here are the 5 winners of my “amazing mind mapping stories” contest. Thanks to everyone who contributed their stories!