Your Linkedin profile is critically important to the success of your career. It determines the connections you make, the knowledge you gain and the opportunities you are able to leverage – to an extraordinary degree that most of us don’t appreciate. It has become the ultimate business networking tool, enabling us to find others with similar interests, locate candidates for key jobs in our organizations and present yourself to the world in a richer hue of colors and nuances than a resume would ever allow.
That’s why I decided to revisit this topic for this week’s Insider report. It’s not that the mind map templates I published last week were incomplete; rather, when I realized there was so much MORE I could do with it, I set out to find even more advice and best practices, and to make this mind map as valuable as possible.
What’s new in Linkedin profile map version 2.0?
- The keyword topics now have Excel spreadsheets attached, where you can keep track of the sections of your profile in which you have used your primary and secondary keywords. In the MindManager map, these are embedded spreadsheet cell ranges.
- I have added a resume link, so you can always keep that document one click away from your Linkedin profile map
- I added more detail in many areas of the mind map
- I added an option so that even readers who don’t have mind mapping software can view the template and learn from its extensive notes (using Mindjet’s MindManager Viewer, an enhanced PDF format)
This link to this Linkedin profile mind map template is only visible to members of the Mind Mapping Insider membership program. It contains a wealth of resources that can help you to be more productive, creative and have a greater impact in your life.
New reports and resources are being added to the Insider area every week. If you’re serious about becoming a mind mapper – and serious about doing a better job on your Linkedin profile – why not check out the Mind Mapping Insider program today?