The Sketchbook Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking by Mike Rohde was launched last week. This terrific new book is an essential guide to this relatively new branch of visual thinking.
A new book, Mind Mapping with FreeMind, aims to help people get started managing common visual thinking tasks using the popular shareware mind mapping program.
How can you think like Steve Jobs? Here’s a mind map to inspire your thinking in some “insanely different” directions.
Read through the first several chapters of Seth Godin’s new book and see if you agree: Mind mapping software is the perfect tool for linchpins.
A new e-book explains how to use mind maps in some very practical ways to get unstuck, focused and organized so you can accomplish the cool project ideas you have floating around inside your head.
For people the world over, the Gordian Knot represents the difficult, the intractable and often the insolvable problem. Today’s systemic business problems are the modern-day equivalent of the Gordian Knot, and visual thinking is the powerful sword that we can use to cut through complexity and develop innovative solutions to them.
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.
It’s tempting to regard mind mapping as yet another right-brained thinking technique that enables us to tap into the creative side of our marvelous brains. But that would be selling it short.
Dan Roam, author of the popular visual thinking book, The Back of the Napkin, has just published a workbook called Unfolding the Napkin: The Hands-On Method for Solving Complex Problems with Simple Pictures.