The first issue of Using Mind Maps, a new interactive magazine published by Faizel Mohidin, debuted last week, and it’s quite impressive.
Attention, bloggers: I am now in the process of writing an enhanced e-book that will help you to develop and manage the business of your blog more effectively – using a visual thinking and planning tool called mind mapping software.
While this superhero image may be a bit tongue-in-cheek, the data is not. My last survey of user of mind mapping software showed conclusively that it gives its users a significant edge.
I’m pleased to announce that I will soon begin development of the Mind Map Accelerator, a new e-course that will help people who are curious about the promise and potential of mind mapping software to get started with it, quickly and easily.
One of the powerful capabilities of mind mapping software is the ability to pull in data from numerous sources – including SharePoint, Outlook, RSS feeds and more. But what if mind maps could be auto-generated for larger data sets?
Biggerplate.com, arguably the best mind map gallery on the web, recently held its first Biggerplate Unplugged mind mapping conference in London. I contacted founder Liam Hughes to learn more about the focus of this landmark gathering of mind mappers, and to find out what’s next.
Albert Einstein was not only a brilliant theoretical thinker, he was also quite philosophical. Here is a collection of 10 of his most thoughtful quotes.
The practice of mind mapping and the game of chess have much in common: Both use visual “artifacts” as instruments to tell us the relationship between the pieces.
We can only grow our impact and influence through others. That’s one of the core themes of The Impact Equation: Are You Making Things Happen or Just Making Noise?, the excellent new book by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith. But how can you grow your network of contacts and interact with them in meaningful and sustainable ways? This networking mind map can help.
Here are 16 powerful ways mind mapping software can help you to elevate your performance and make a bigger impact in your work.