Ross Dawson recently interviewed me for his Thriving on Overload podcast about mind mapping, other types of visual thinking tools, creativity and digital note-taking.
we are all overwhelmed with information. How do you sort through it, distill it and use it to share your unique point of view with the world? Mind mapping software can help in ways that other tools can’t.
We all need effective filters in order to handle information overload today. If you’re experiencing this condition, part of the reason may be what technologists have dubbed “filter failure.” Here’s how mind mapping software can help.
There’s no such thing as information overload. That’s the audacious claim of the author of the Innovation Leadership Network Blog. Tim Kastelle.
Want to contribute at a higher level in your job? Become a “synthesizer” who can cut through the clutter and get to the essence of a challenge or opportunity. Mind mapping software can help.
Mind mapping software is uniquely designed to help executives handle the demands of today’s workplace, according to the results of a new survey.
Savvy marketing strategist and mind mapping fan Kelli Schmith about how she utilizes mind mapping software for research, writing and collaboration in this new audio interview.
Last week, I was interviewed by Bob Patterson, author of the On Target podcast and the WorkloadMaster Blog, which focuses on tips, tools and techniques to help you overcome information overload. Our conversation focused heavily on mind mapping software.
Our last discussion question focused on the value that mind mapping software provides to you. Your answers mainly focused on individual use of mind mapping software. That begs the question: What is the essential value that it provides to you in a team setting?
Several weeks ago, I asked you to share your thoughts on the value proposition of mind mapping. In other words, what is the essential value, the key benefit it provides to you, and how would you describe that to someone else in just a few sentences? Here’s a distillation of what you had to say.