I recently read an excerpt of a new by Hugh MacLeod, Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination, in which he makes this thought-provoking point:
“Think less about what your product does, and think more about human potential.”
That got me to thinking about mind mapping in this context. How, exactly, DOES it impact human potential? I have my own ideas about this topic, but I’d like to hear what YOU have to say about it.
I’ve asked this question of some of the world’s leading mind mapping experts, and their answers are starting to roll in. Interesting perspectives! But I also want to hear YOUR opinions on this fascinating idea.
What is the connection between human potential and mind mapping?
Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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