Integrating mind mapping software into one’s day-to-day work is something that some readers apparently struggle with.
Some people own mind mapping software, but only use it occasionally, for certain specific tasks. They just aren’t sure how or why they should expand their use of it to other parts of their work.
For other readers, it’s not a problem. Thinking and planning visually comes naturally. For them, mind mapping software is a tool that they “live” within for much of their day. It’s a natural extension of how they do their work.
So what steps have YOU taken to make your mind mapping software more of a central part of your day-to-day work?
Please share your insights in the comments area below. Thanks!
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