Despite all the progress made in visualisation techniques and tools, the world is still largely a linear place.
Schools, Universities and even the Workplace still place a huge value on logic, structure and rules, and measure success by these standards.
So, introducing visualisation into the workplace, or into education, is often a slow and painful process for us visual thinkers.
And then we also have our own in-fighting when it comes to the Mind Mapping Laws, what is a Mind Map, and what is not a Mind Map.
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This article is part of a series of five articles that walk you through various questioning methods and models typically used for life coaching purposes. However, these questions can also be used for self-coaching purposes to help you gather more insights about your life, problems and circumstances.
The Pioneer-Migrator-Settler MAP (PMS) was first introduced in the best selling book Blue Ocean Strategy written by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne.
W. Chan Kim & Renée Mauborgne coined the terms red and blue oceans to denote the market universe.
How often have you heard the expression “A picture is worth a thousand words”? It’s inherently true. Within a split second of seeing an image your brain interprets multiple factors, and led you to think in a certain way.
Images and shapes are used extensively in the world around us. Whether it is an emergency exit sign, an arrow on the ground, the icon on your computer desktop or even the logo of a brand, all are symbols and images that your brain interprets simply and quickly. Even in the meetings we attend, we all use symbols to convey things that would otherwise take time to write out.
As many teachers know already, students are more likely to understand and retain information when it’s displayed through a combination of words and imagery.
This article aims to give you ideas on how to apply this visual method in the classroom, by providing students with skills they need to organise their ideas, inspire creativity and nail that paper, using mind mapping.
The subject of this issue's mind map showcase is an excellent mind map summarising the key principles outlined in Dale Carnegie's well known book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People". Shared by Biggerplate member, Babou Srinivasan.
This mind map is ideal whether you've read the book or not, either as a useful reminder of the key takeaways therein, or as a means of extracting the key ideas without having to commit the time to reading the book in its entirety!
Worried about having to present your ideas to a group of people? Whether it’s a huge conference with 1000 delegates or 3 senior managers from another team, it can be daunting to have to put together presentation material and then deliver it.
It doesn’t have to be overwhelming. You can give a convincing presentation and be confident about it if you follow these 4 steps.
Many people feel stuck today. Their careers have been in neutral for years. Their knowledge has stagnated. They feel tired and uninspired. They can’t seem to get started on an important new project. The worst part? They don’t know what to do to get unstuck.
Do any of these scenarios sound familiar to you?
Here are 10 powerful ways mind mapping software can help...
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The first phase was to set up a scalable infrastructure that could deliver a well formatted interactive digital magazine seamlessly and easily to you.
The next phase is to find out what you would like to see, or what your problems are so that you are always getting relevant content.
Some of the best Mind Mapping Minds and Software vendors are featured in the magazine. So, if I don’t have an answer, I’m sure one of them will.
So, email me right now with what you would like to see in the Mag. I’ll be waiting...