I recently interviewed Jamie Nast about profile mind maps, which can be used by job seekers and others to differentiate themselves in a very engaging way.
8 recommended books on visual thinking
If you want to engage in a deeper study of the principles, applications and possibilities of visual mapping, here are 8 books that I have personally read and recommend.
The Idea Mapping Kit: Ideal for creating hand-drawn mind maps
Jamie Nast, who wrote the excellent book Idea Mapping and conducts numerous training sessions on visual mapping, offers a highly portable tool that you can use to produce colorful, creative maps just about anywhere – the Idea Mapping Kit.
Learn to think visually – or else
Jamie Nast, author of the popular book Idea Mapping and the Idea Mapping Success Blog, is one of the most world’s most prolific trainers and speakers on the topic of visual mapping. In this interview, she explains why it’s critical that executives learn to express their ideas visually, using hand-drawn idea maps and mind mapping software, and the risks of not doing so.
My presentation from the VizThink idea mapping webinar
This morning, I was a co-presenter with Jamie Nast (author of the book, Idea Mapping) on an idea mapping webinar produced by VizThink, the burgeoning community of visual thinkers. This post contains a link to a mind map of my remarks.
Don’t miss this mind mapping webinar
VizThink, the thriving online community for all things visual, has scheduled a webinar on mind mapping for July 22 at 11a.m. Eastern U.S. time. The presenters will be Jamie Nast, author of the popular book Idea Mapping, and me.