In this new video report, I explain how to set up a mind map to capture blog post ideas and manage them throughout their life cycle with a simple workflow process.
Archives for October 2011
MagicalPad is a free-form notetaking and outlining tool that could be an ideal piece of software for capturing and organizing your ideas on the iPad.
Linkedin has evolved into a popular platform for forming groups where professionals can ask questions, get answers and discuss topics and issues of mutual interest. Here are 7 worthwhile groups focused on mind mapping and visual thinking.
A Lotus Blossom map can help us to brainstorm and think about a broad collection of ideas and potential solutions to our challenges. Here’s how to use this ideation technique.
Want to add some hand-drawn elements to your mind maps? Then check out this new collection of over 700 hand-drawn symbols, called Doodlekit, which is compatible with many of the major mind mapping programs for Windows.
Here are some key mind mapping experts and visual thinkers you ought to be following on Google+, the search giant’s new social networking platform.
My latest mind map analysis covers a well-designed mind map that summarizes MindManager resources on the web. It does a lot of things very well, which you can learn from in my latest report.
You can create simple mind maps with your powerful software. But it’s capable of so much more – and can deliver a lot more value to your work and life.
Earlier this week, Pearltrees for iPad was launched, enabling collectors and curators of web content to do so on Apple’s popular tablet.
If you want to be able to express yourself more compellingly in writing and visually, then you really ought to pick up a copy of Writing for Visual Thinkers by Andrea Marks.