I recently presented a webinar at Biggerplate.com’s 2022 ReadWriteMap event. Entitled Supercharge Your Next Writing Project, it revealed a simple 6-step process that can help you streamline and accelerate yours using mind maps.
xTiles is a new visual note-taking tool that provides a flexible workspace for organizing notes, links, images and other content visually. Here is an interview with its founder, who explains the thinking behind it.
We’ve all been there: Writer’s block. Staring down a blank document page on the screen. But there is a solution: mind map your writing.
The new Atomic Content Catalyst mind map provides over 200 triggers to supercharge your content ideas, in a colorful, engaging visual format.
Fear setting is a technique by Tim Ferriss to confront and overcome your fears. It’s perfectly suited to explore with a mind map.
During the last year, two developers have added AI capabilities to their tools: Ayoa and ContextMinds. Here are their pros and cons.
One of the nebulous terms you hear tossed about in the world of mind mapping and visual thinking is CLARITY. It’s this mysterious concept that everyone hopes to attain, but it’s frustratingly elusive to achieve. Marissa Bracke is a digital business strategist who brings exceptional CLARITY to the subject of clarity in a business setting. […]
Diagramming software is used to map out processes, relationships and other types of structured information. Here’s what you need to know. including overviews of four popular diagramming tools and resources where you can learn more.
Visual writing tools are a specialized type of note-taking application that provide a more modular approach to capture your thoughts and organize them into cohesive writing. Here is a brief overview of three of them.
Welcome to the world’s first Visual Thinking Tools Roadmap. It contains over 100 tools in 15 categories to help you solve complex challenges.