I recently had the opportunity to interview Michael Martine, author of the popular Remarkablogger blog, where he focuses on helping readers to be more effective at internet marketing, social media and managing their blogging businesses.He’s also a big fan of mind mapping software. Read on to learn why.
Archives for April 2010
I recently had an opportunity to have a phone interview with Tony Buzan, widely regarded as the father of mind mapping. He believes we’re now living in the “Age of Intelligence,” in which power comes from being a creative, flexible thinker who can effectively gather, distill and communicate information. Read on to learn why mind mapping is the perfect tool for this new era.
The NovaMind development team has always been focused on being innovators, and NovaMind 5, released on April 28, 2010, is no exception. This innovative new version makes it easier to create high-impact visual maps than any other program on the market – period.
As a tool for powerful, flexible management of information and projects, Amode 2 has no peer. It’s not quite a mind mapping tool or an outliner or a project management application – but yet it combines the best capabilities of each of these applications to create a truly unique and valuable business productivity tool. Read on to learn more about this “Swiss Army Knife” of information and project management.
For those of you who want to have a deeper, more strategic knowledge of how to apply these productivity tools in your business, I have created a new Mind Mapping Insider membership level on this blog. Click here to learn more about the awesome resources from which you can profit.
Earlier this week, Mindjet announced the launch of version 1.2 of Catalyst, its slick web-based mind mapping and collaboration application. This release offers a number of new capabilities that may be quite useful to business users.
“White space” ideas are those that fall in between existing products, services, or ideas. Mind mapping software is a perfect tool to brainstorm and explore these “in-between” opportunities. But does it work as well in mind mapping software as it does for hand-drawn maps?
ThinkBuzan, the developer of iMindMap, has announced that it is developing a version of its iMindMap Mobile app for the iPad. A paid version of iMindMap Mobile, with enhanced export options, is also under development.
Does mind mapping help to promote a mindset of abundance? I do, and this blog post explains why. What do you think? Please share your thoughts.
A growing number of businesses have discovered that mind mapping software is an awesome tool for managing back-office tasks like project planning, conducting research and writing reports. But how many actually use mind maps with their customers to add value to those critical relationships? One small Chicago area company has found a way that has literally transformed its business.