Visual thinking tools like mind maps and diagrams can help you with creative problem-solving. Here are 9 techniques you can use.
Leaving creativity to chance isn’t scalable or sustainable. Here’s a 5-step process you can use with mind maps to amplify your creativity.
I recently conducted an experiment with visual collaboration tool Miro to see if I could use it to recreate popular brainstorming techniques. The results turned out better than I could have imagined. In this post, I share 8 tools I created using Miro’s flexible toolset.
Mind mapping software is a powerful tool to brainstorm ways to improve your creativity, impact and effectiveness in your work. My e-course shows you how.
The quality of your thinking in your job matters like never before. Mind mapping software can help you think at a significantly higher level at work. Here are 12 ways it transforms your thinking.
Have you ever been stumped by a creative challenge? Maybe you just need to look at it from a new, creative perspective with this simple mind map.
I’m excited to announce the availability of the revised and significantly expanded 2nd edition of my popular book, Creativity Hacks: Shortcuts to Help You to Crush Your Challenges & Live a Kick-A** Life. It contains over 100 new pages of techniques, tools and resources you can use hand-in-hand with mind mapping software to help you generate, organize and assess your ideas.
The world’s most creative people develop better ideas by looking at situations from different perspectives than the rest of us. In particular, most people tend to start from where they are now when searching for creative solutions. A more productive approach, according to Keith Sawyer, author of Zig Zag: The Surprising Path to Greater Creativity, is to “go back from the future.”
A “force field analysis” is a little-known but powerful creative problem-solving technique that can help you to deconstruct your current challenge into its strengths and weaknesses in – and to focus on those that will help you ensure a successful outcome.
When it comes to thinking creatively, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut. Our ideas tend to fall into the same predictable categories, despite our efforts to the contrary. How can you jump-start your thinking in some new, creative directions? One way is to form your own personal “board of directors.”