Many sports around the world designate the most talented players who have contributed the greatest value to their teams as “MVPs” – or most valuable players. They achieve this designation thanks to their outstanding impact on the game. During the last 15 years, I’ve created a cornucopia of articles and resources about mind mapping software […]
Can visual thinking tools help you generate more opportunities for serendipity – and help you leverage them when they occur? Definitely!
Welcome to the world’s first Visual Thinking Tools Roadmap. It contains over 100 tools in 15 categories to help you solve complex challenges.
In today’s environment, businesses are facing more complex challenges than ever. Visual thinking tools are emerging as one of the most powerful ways to analyze, brainstorm and organize your thinking to help you tackle them. For those of you who are just starting your visual thinking journey, my new infographic summarizes 12 potent business benefits […]
This innovative Miro workspace provides a rich, multi-layered overview of the Building a Second Brain (BASB) course. Here’s what’s notable.
During the last several years, a new genre of visual note-taking tools has emerged. Here’s what makes them unique and valuable – and three applications for your consideration.
If you’re looking for a tool that can help you capture and organize your ideas and creative projects, you’re going to love Milanote. This visual thinking tool has so much going for it that it’s quite possibly one of the best-kept secrets in the productivity tool universe.
Stemic is a visual thinking tool that places a fresh spin on the idea of concept mapping and takes it to a whole new level. Here’s what’s most significantabout it, as described by its co-founders.
What is the state of business use of mind mapping software? That’s the question that will be answered by my biennial Mind Mapping Software Trends survey. It’s now time to conduct it once again, and I need your help.
Doug O’Neill, in his Verbal to Visual Blog, describes visual thinking as a new language that genius can use to express itself. He says that since he began sketchnoting, he believes he has become more creative. Here, I riff on his deep thoughts.