I recently read an excerpt of a new by Hugh MacLeod, Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination, in which he makes this thought-provoking point: “Think less about what your product does, and think more about human potential.” That got me to thinking about mind mapping in this context.
How, exactly, DOES mind mapping impact human potential?
I’ve asked this question of some of the world’s leading mind mapping experts, and compiled their fascinating answers in this special report. Their conclusion:
Mind mapping has a definite impact on human potential. It helps us to see new possibilities, develop bigger ideas, to reach farther and accomplish more.
I hope you’re as inspired by their insights as I’ve been!
Please help me to spread the word
You don’t have to trade your e-mail address to access this report. It’s free, with no restrictions. I only ask one thing: If you think it contains some valuable insights, please share it freely with your colleagues, co-workers, friends and acquaintances. Here are some ideas on how to do that:
- At 500 KB in size, it’s small enough that you can share it by e-mail.
- If you’re on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin or are a member of an online community, please share it there.
- If you are the author of a blog or other publication, you may make it available to your readers, without any restrictions.
I’d like to see this get into as many hands as possible – especially those people who aren’t quite sure what mind mapping is all about. If you need a download link for this report, here it is, in standard and shortened versions:
Thanks in advance for your help!