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.
To help readers of The Impact Equation to assess their current level of progress, I created a helpful “radar chart” diagram.
I was recently the guest of Chris Brogan and Joe Sorge, the hosts of Kitchen Table Talks, on their weekly video show. The topic? Mind mapping software.
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.
Twitter is a great place to build a network of people who share common interests, to help each other find answers to pressing questions, commiserate or simply chat about life. Here’s a simple but powerful way to use mind mapping software to help you build more effective Twitter relationships.
Many people who think about leaving their day job and starting their own business never achieve “escape velocity.” Perhaps that’s because the prospect of building a new business based upon their dreams and passions is so multi-faceted and overwhelming that they never get clear on what they need to do to turn their dreams into reality. Mind mapping software can help.
What is a life hack and what does it have to do with mind mapping software? Read on to find out!