Have you ever wondered how to add interactivity to your mind maps? Wouldn’t it be great if you could package explanations with the content of your mind maps, without creating something cluttered and hard to read? You can accomplish this goal by using a tool called ThingLink.
From database connections to Excel spreadsheet cell ranges and Outlook e-mail messages, today’s mind mapping software can accommodate data from a myriad of sources and display it in a rich, visual format. Here’s what’s possible, and which programs enable you to make these connections.
An innovative new presentation format called a slidedoc is an excellent tool for sharing mind maps in a more meaningful way. A hybrid of an e-book and a presentation, it breaks ideas into bite-sized chunks and uses a heavy emphasis on visual content, supplemented by text and typography, to tell a concise, compelling story.
Viewing your career as a body of work can help you become more resilient, resourceful and reach more of your potential. My new mind map template, which is based on Pamela Slim’s powerful new book, can help you get a clearer picture of yours.
This new business storytelling mind map template will help you to create compelling, memorable content based on a proven 5-step “story arc” formula.
Since its launch in 2008, Evernote has evolved into a powerful tool for taking notes and capturing all types of digital content. Developers of mind mapping and visual thinking applications have embraced Evernote, integrating with it in a number of unique ways – some valuable and others simply frustrating.
The best mind maps combine a clean design with a logical flow and thought-provoking content to create a great experience for the person viewing it. Such is the case with this mind map, 5 Steps to a Successful Meeting.
One of the privileges of being a Mind Mapping Insider member is that you get free access to everything I produce – including my recent webinar in which I shared 10 types of mind maps that can help bloggers manage their blogs more effectively. In this 70-minute session, I cover the 10 types of mind […]
One of the best ways to successfully market and sell any product or service is to deeply understand the needs of your potential customers. This customer empathy mind map can help.
I’m excited to announce the availability of the revised and significantly expanded 2nd edition of my popular book, Creativity Hacks: Shortcuts to Help You to Crush Your Challenges & Live a Kick-A** Life. It contains over 100 new pages of techniques, tools and resources you can use hand-in-hand with mind mapping software to help you generate, organize and assess your ideas.