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?
Archives for November 2011
Want to crush your competition? Don’t we all! The best way to do that is not to focus on your competitors but your key customers. Give them a unique, outstanding experience that exceeds their expectations and you’ll beat your competitors in the process.
The release of iMindMap 5.4 is the latest in an aggressive series of updates to ThinkBuzan’s mind mapping program. Here’s what’s new and notable.
Will the future of collaborative mind mapping include use on large, multi-touch screens? Not in the near future, apparently.
My latest mind map analysis focuses on a common type of business map: Taking notes during a meeting. This map combines excellent content with several significant shortcomings that hurt its effectiveness.
Simtech recently released MindMapper 12, which strengthens this program’s position as a capable mind mapping program for business.
Wouldn’t you like to cultivate the same type of thinking, insight and advantages that Steve Jobs and Wayne Gretzky were able to create?
Dan Roam’s new book explores visual techniques for helping us to bring greater clarity and impact to our communications – and to avoid “death by detail.”
MindMaple is an impressive new mind mapping software program for Windows that packs an incredible amount of functionality into a polished, easy-to-use package
Topics covered in the October 2011 mind mapping coaching call include whether or not iMindMap has a brainstorming mode, how to automatically interconnect related ideas in a large visual map and help locating a multi-platform mind mapping solution.