How can you differentiate your blog content from the torrent of background noise? How can you capture the attention of the people you want to influence? One way is to use proven formulas for blog post headlines, like the ones in today’s mind map.
Archives for December 2011
One of the primary reasons we aren’t able to turn our best ideas into projects, complete them and push them out into the world is because we tend to get overwhelmed by fear of failure. Here’s what to do about it.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a checklist that you can use to improve the quality of your mind maps? A set of guidelines that would help you to create visual maps with greater impact and clarity? Now you can!
MindMeister for iPad takes mobile mind mapping to the next level in its latest release. Version 4.1 contains numerous new features that enhance its usability and degree of fit for business applications.
Craig Scott, the developer of the iThoughts mind mapping app for the iPhone, recently added some cool integration capabilities to it, including Apple’s Siri intelligent voice agent.
One key method that you can use to more accurately target the needs of your different types of prospective customers is to develop personas that describe them, in detail. This new report explains how.
As a big thank you to the readers of this blog, I’ve decided to hold a special Christmas week sale on my e-books – 50% off.
One of the best business development strategies you can use to grow your core business is to look beyond it for adjacent markets, technologies or areas of focus where you can expand. Here’s how to do it visually.
Earlier this week, Mindjet announced that it has acquired the developer of the Android mind mapping app Thinking Space and has relaunched it as Mindjet for Android.
Topics covered in the November 2011 mind mapping coaching call include enabling 30 people to co-edit a mind map, concept mapping vs. mind mapping and templates for research.