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Thursday, 19 April 2007

Idea Mapping: Idea Map #11 - Considered Colour by Steve

Idea Mapping: Idea Map #11 - Considered Colour by Steve

In her book, "Idea Mapping", Jamie Nast explains the value of deciding the purpose of your map before you start to draw it.

You may have seen on Jamie's blog, Jamie and I discussing different approaches to mind maps. The approach you take may be driven by your own personal style or, in particular, the needs of the moment and the purpose you want to achieve with the map.

Jamie has been kind enough to use two of my examples to demonstrate at least two takes on this subject.

See also Idea Map #10 - Fast 'n Furious from Steve

Wednesday, 18 April 2007

Idea Mapping: Hint #5 - If Your Idea Map Gets Messy, Should You Re-draw It?

Idea Mapping: Hint #5 - If Your Idea Map Gets Messy, Should You Re-draw It?

Jamie Nast continues to post valuable tips on mind mapping . Included in this latest post is a reminder to consider the purpose of a map before starting it and to let this define the style and "neatness" of the finished product. A case of "horses for courses".

Friday, 13 April 2007

Wanted: Your mind mapping software success stories

Chuck Frey maintains a great blog on mind mapping software. Chuck is now working on an updated edition of his e-book "Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping Software". He is often asked by readers for examples of successful software produced mind maps and wants to include the best examples in the book. If you have a software created map that has served you well then why not share it with Chuck?

To help you do so right click here to download a form to your computer and use it to prepare a case history. Then mail it back to Chuck with an image file of the relevant map. The form contains guidelines and return mail address details. For more details click on this link - Wanted: Your mind mapping software success stories

If your map is used in the book, Chuck will let you have a free copy of the e-book when published.

Visual CV on MindJet Blog

MindJet have published the latest version of my visual CV on the Mindjet Blog. This link will take you directly to the post - Build Your Resume With MindManager.

Thanks to Gaelen O'Connell of MindJet.