Do you have a systematic way of determining if your mind map is “done?” How do you know it’s as good as it can be? Here are 10 questions you can use to evaluate the quality and completeness of your mind maps – a “report card,” if you will.
Archives for March 2011
In this new report, I demonstrate how to use mind mapping software to create and maintain a risk management plan, identifying all of the potential risks associated with a project, ranking them in order of likelihood and potential impact, and developing plans to mitigate them.
The newest entrant in the world of web-based mind mapping software is an application called Mindv. My first impression? This is a very full-featured application.
In this new Effective Mind Maps report, I analyze a mind map that was created by the owner of a small web business to track its financial health, its sales opportunities, key projects and more.
Linkedin.com is one of those networking tools that can be overwhelming. Here are over 100 tips for using it effectively, which I compiled into a mind map.
In this new Mind Mapping Insider report, I show you how to develop a road map mind map to help drive the future growth of your business.
The new DropMind for iPad app does a lot of things right, catapulting it to one of the top spots in my list of best mind mapping apps for this popular tablet.
SmartDraw is a powerful, easy to use business diagramming program. But did you know that you can also use it to create mockups of many types of marketing materials?
What do infographics have to do with mind mapping? How can viewing some of the best visual representations of data help you to become a better visual mapper? Here are 5 ways.
Topics covered in the February 2011 mind mapping coaching call include importing lists into Freemind, searching your hard drive or Google using mind mapping software and more.