The world has changed immeasurably, especially in the last year and a half. It will continue to do so, even faster than before!
In order to solve problems and identify and capitalize on opportunities, you need to elevate your thinking. Mind mapping software can help, by enabling you to capture and explore information and ideas on a rich, flexible visual canvas.
Here is a collection of nine articles that will help you understand how to use this powerful type of tool to master change and uncertainty and accomplish more, regardless of the circumstances that surround you.
Need creative inspiration? Change your perspective with this “board of directors” mind map.
Anticipatory thinking: How to predict the future in an out of control world.
The future belongs to the “dot connectors” – those unique souls who are able to see patterns, make connections and sense trends and shifts that no one else is even aware of.
25 creative “lenses” to help you solve big challenges – from Stephen Shapiro’s excellent book, Invisible Solutions
Mind mapping software: it’s for rebels – those unique souls who want to make a difference, who dream of a new way of solving a problem, who are passionate about making a dent in the universe.
Imagine if you could see trends, patterns and inferences that others can’t. What advantages would that give you? That’s what mind mapping software can do for you. Here are four ways it enables you to discern creative insights.
if you’re like most people, you’re wearing mental blinders that limit your ability to think, create and problem solve effectively. Here’s how mind mapping software helps you expand your thinking.
Visionaries have a highly-trained “mind’s eye” – the ability to imagine ideas and concepts as rich visual mental images. I believe mind mapping software acts an “amplifier” for the mind’s eye by making your ideas tangible so you can further develop and share them.
Mind mapping software is a powerful tool for thinking about the future – for exploring what ifs and possibilities. You can use it to map out potential future scenarios and map out their likely implications, Here’s how.
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