Jamie Nast is author of the popular book Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power, Learn Faster, Remember More, and Achieve Success in Business and a well-known visual mapping trainer. She recently wrote several posts on her Idea Mapping Blog about personal profile mind maps, which can be used as a visual resume, or as a supplement to one.
I recently conducted an audio interview with her, in which we drilled down deeper into this type of mind map and its many benefits – which go well beyond serving as a powerful differentiator for savvy job seekers. Imagine any professional setting where it’s advantageous to provide others with a colorful, visually engaging overview of your skills, experience and unique qualities. You get the idea.
This is powerful stuff, and a marvelous application of mind maps!
If you’d like to access this report, I urge you to try out the Mind Mapping Insider program. As I pointed out in a recent post, it’s a modest investment (less than US$20 a month, or under $1 per day!) that can make a big impact on your personal effectiveness.