Mind mapping has a definite impact on human potential. It helps us to see new possibilities, develop bigger ideas, to reach farther and accomplish more, according to the world’s leading mind mapping experts.
For people the world over, the Gordian Knot represents the difficult, the intractable and often the insolvable problem. Today’s systemic business problems are the modern-day equivalent of the Gordian Knot, and visual thinking is the powerful sword that we can use to cut through complexity and develop innovative solutions to them.
What do you do when you run out of ideas when you’re mind mapping? One way is to employ a simple questioning technique called “5Ws and H.”
Accessing your most valuable ideas is much like mining for a priceless mineral. You must first dig through a lot of “mental overburden” before you get to the most valuable ideas.
ThinkBuzan, the new organization fronted by mind mapping inventor Tony Buzan, is doing some research into the field of creativity, and would like your help. Using the power of the web, Buzan would like you to take a 20-minute creativity test.
Does mind mapping help to promote a mindset of abundance? I do, and this blog post explains why. What do you think? Please share your thoughts.
I’m pleased to report that my new e-book, Creativity Hacks: Shortcuts to Help You to Crush Your Challenges & Live a Kick-Ass Life, is now available. What does this have to do with mind mapping and visual thinking? Plenty!
As some of you may know, I am the founder and editor of InnovationTools.com, the world’s largest innovation website. I have just launched a new creativity survey that I thought would be of interest to you.
How are you utilizing mind mapping software to innovate – to envision and develop the new products, services and business s that will power future growth within your firm?
Tony Buzan, the inventor of mind mapping, has spent a large part of his life analyzing how the brain works, and how to visually transfer one’s ideas to paper or screen. Most people realize that mind maps are useful for brainstorming – for quickly capturing ideas as they occur. But few people truly understand the immense power of this technique as a creative problem-solving tool.