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Archives for May 2012
In the market for a new job? So are many people. Two of the biggest challenges you’ll face as you seek your next career opportunity are finding jobs that are a good fit with your skills and passion, and standing out from the hordes of other job seekers. A job marketing plan mind map can help on both counts.
I try to take extra good care of my Mind Mapping Insiders, because they have made a commitment to grow their visual mapping skills to the next level. That’s why I give them access to each of my e-books as they’re published. The latest addition is my new book, Up Your Impact: 52 Innovative Strategies to Add Value to Your Work.
MindGenius Ltd., a developer of desktop mind mapping software, recently launched a new iPad app that is a good fit with the needs of mobile business users.
Career planning can benefit greatly from mind mapping, because it enables you to view multiple perspectives and possibilities in a compact, visual format. In this Mind Mapping Insider report, we’ll take a closer look at Reid Hoffman’s brilliant ABZ planning technique.
During the last year, Google+, the search engine giant’s aggressive foray into social media, has grown quickly. Along with that, mind mappers, bloggers and software developers in the field of mind mapping software have set up pages on Google+. Here is a clickable mind map of the top people and companies on Google+.
TheBrain Technologies, developer of the popular Personal Brain mind mapping and personal information management tool, recently released version 7 of the program, which has now been rechristened as TheBrain 7.
Here are 8 principles for creating an effective book mind map that will be memorable and useful for you and anyone with whom you may share it.