Visual thinking tools like mind maps and diagrams can help you with creative problem-solving. Here are 9 techniques you can use.
When you look at a mind map or diagram, you should get in the habit of asking yourself, “how else can this be used?“ Here’s how to rethink it.
This diagram is designed to help marketers audit their existing content and brainstorm new ideas – in a concise, flexible visual format.
If you’re a creator, you need a steady stream of fresh ideas. These 10 prompts from Ship 30 for 30, presented in a mind map, can help.
You’ve brainstormed a LOT of ideas. What’s the best way to decide which ones to implement? Here are 3 you can use with mind maps.
Did you know mind mapping tools can help you classify and prioritize large quantities of information? This example will show you how.
Sharing a mind map with others can be challenging. If it’s confusing, they may dismiss it. Here are 5 steps to ensure it’s clear to them.
Are you challenged by how long it takes to build a high-quality mind map? Here’s how the FAST framework can help you do it faster.
Early January is a perfect time to plan the new year’s goals and plans. A vision board is popular visual way to do that. Here’s how to create one using Obsidian’s canvas.
During times of economic instability, it’s always a great idea to update your resume and LinkedIn profile with your latest and greatest accomplishments. Usually, layoffs happen with little or no notice. Why not be prepared to make a quick leap to your next job opportunity? One way to increase the impact of your CV and […]