This mind map template contains 8 thought-provoking questions that you can use to help you with personal problem-solving – better defining problems and then brainstorming solutions for them.
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.
When it comes to developing creative ideas to enhance your work and life, there is one question that stands head and shoulders above all others. It alone is responsible for more human progress than nearly any other factor. And its the topic of this week’s Mind Mapping Insider report.
What is your personal competitive advantage? Are you following orders and checking your brain at the door, or trying to bring real creative, expansive thinking to your work?
Wouldn’t you like to cultivate the same type of thinking, insight and advantages that Steve Jobs and Wayne Gretzky were able to create?
Chris Griffiths, the CEO of ThinkBuzan, has written a new book called GRASP the Solution: How to Find the Best Answers to Everyday Challenges that provides a practical framework for increasing your creative output and tackling the challenges you face. It will be officially published on October 19th, but ThinkBuzan has agreed to provide Mind Mapping Insiders with an exclusive preview of the preface and first chapter of this valuable new book.
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, according to the world’s leading mind mapping experts.
How does mind mapping impact human potential? This question is fascinating me lately. What do you think?