Barbara Chan - Orange-Crowned WarblersBarb Chan attended one of my 2-day Idea Mapping Workshops at Boeing last month. This was one of the idea maps she created during class. It is about the Orange-Crowned Warbler’s habitats, migration, behaviors, characteristic, and foods.

On the Behaviors branch you’ll see Barb drew a pair of boxing gloves. This represents how the bird defends its territory when it sees an intruder.

Another clever example of using idea mapping! Thanks for sharing Barb.

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Renton 041516 Sharing 7 Habits - 2Renton 041516 Working on Idea MapsRenton 041516 Group Idea MapsThought you would enjoy seeing some photos from the two 2-day Idea Mapping Workshops I taught in Renton, WA April 12-15, 2016  for Boeing employees.

Good time had by all as we learned to juggle, draw, improve our memories, play with toys, share Idea Maps and learn how to learn.

If you would like to see the name tents (and guess the names of the learners) from these two classes see the April 20, 2016 and April 22, 2016 posts.

In a few days I’ll post photos from the two Boeing Idea Mapping classes in Everett April 26-29, 2016.

The next scheduled workshop for Boeing will be held in Long Beach, CA July 21-22, 2016.

Renton 2 Name Tent 1Renton 2 Name Tent 2Renton 2 Name Tent 3Renton 2 Name Tent 4Renton 2 Name Tent 5Renton 2 Name Tent 6On Friday I shared the name tents drawn by some of the Boeing learners who attended my 2-day Idea Mapping workshop last week. If you haven’t had the chance to guess their names, go to Friday’s post before looking the answers.

Here are the answers to the names in order: Larry, Mike, Wendy (One “D”), Christine, Tom, and Robin! Thanks for playing along:)

Renton 2 Name Tent 1Renton 2 Name Tent 2Renton 2 Name Tent 3Renton 2 Name Tent 4Renton 2 Name Tent 5Renton 2 Name Tent 6Here’s a second brain game for you from last week’s workshops at Boeing! Can you guess these names?

Last week I taught two 2-day Idea Mapping Workshops for Boeing in Renton, WA. For the 24,000+ of you who have been through this workshop, you know the class starts out immediately with an activity similar to the game of Concentration. Yesterday I posted some of the name tents from the first workshop (if you’d like to guess those as well) and today we have name tents from last week’s second workshop.

Each learner is asked to draw a picture of their name using color, images, numbers and either adding or subtracting letters. I like to collect some of them and then see if you can guess their names. The name tents represent only the first name of the participant.

Purpose of this activity is to immediately set the stage for a class that is far from the norm, get creative juices flowing, to put people in an uncomfortable situation (because many say they cannot draw), and it acts as a baseline for the drawing activities that are introduced later in the course.

After you’ve had a day or two to guess these names, I’ll post the answers. Have fun!

Renton name tent 1Renton name tent 2Renton name tent 6Renton name tent 5Renton name tent 4Renton name tent 7Renton name tent 3Renton name tent 8Yesterday I shared the name tents drawn by some of the Boeing learners who attended my 2-day Idea Mapping workshop last week. If you haven’t had the chance to guess their names, go to yesterday’s post before looking the answers.

Here are the answers to the names in order: Barbara, Minh, Doug, Bruce, Jackie, Charley, Steve, and Vicki (Tiny Tim & Miss Vicki minus Tim! Thanks for playing along:)

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Here’s a brain game for you! Can you guess these names?

Last week I taught two 2-day Idea Mapping Workshops for Boeing in Renton, WA. For those of you who have been through this workshop, you know the class starts out immediately with an activity similar to the game of Concentration.

Each workshop participant is asked to draw a picture of their name using color, images, numbers and either adding or subtracting letters. I like to collect some of them and then see if you can guess their names. The name tents only represent the first names of the participants.

Purpose of this activity is to immediately set the stage for a class that is far from the norm, get creative juices flowing, to put people in an uncomfortable situation (because many say they cannot draw), and it acts as a baseline for the drawing activities that are introduced later in the course.

The answers are posted here. Have fun!

Idea Map 477 – Alaskan Style

15 Apr 2016 In: Idea Mapping Example

Liza Seiner - Alaska Idea Map or Mind MapCertified Idea Mapping Instructor Liza Seiner recently took a trip to Alaska with her husband. This Idea Map was created by Liza as a journal of their trip over the course of their travels.

Last week I shared 6 creative name tents from my 2-day Boeing Idea Mapping Workshop in St. Louis on March 8-9, 2016. For details on this brain game see my post from March 15, 2016.

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Here are the answers to those names in order: Patrick, Adam, Cheryl, Telaina, Andrea, and Bill! Thanks for playing along:)

Boeing Name Tent St. Louis 2016 - 1Boeing Name Tent St. Louis 2016 - 2Boeing Name Tent St. Louis 2016 - 3Boeing Name Tent St. Louis 2016 - 4Boeing Name Tent St. Louis 2016 - 5Boeing Name Tent St. Louis 2016 - 6Here’s a brain game for you! Can you guess these names?

Last week I taught a 2-day Idea Mapping Workshop for Boeing in St. Louis, MO. For those of you who have been through this workshop, you know the class starts out immediately with an activity similar to the game of Concentration.

Each workshop participant is asked to draw a picture of their name using color, images, numbers and either adding or subtracting letters. I like to collect some of them and then see if you can guess their names. The name tents only represent the first names of the participants.

Purpose of this activity is to immediately set the stage for a class that is far from the norm, get creative juices flowing, to put people in an uncomfortable situation (because many say they cannot draw), and it acts as a baseline for the drawing activities that are introduced later in the course.

After you’ve had a day or two to guess these names, I’ll post the answers. Have fun!

Broadway Street Sign NYCBryant Park911 MemorialRadio City Music HallBiggerplate Unplugged is making its next stop in New York City on March 10, 2016. This is the only event in the world completely dedicated to mind mapping that brings together users, experts, and software developers to share their experiences.

I was privileged to be one of the speakers at the first USA Biggerplate Unplugged event held in San Francisco, CA in March of 2014. It was a sell-out event with a waitlist! So get your tickets now.

The entry fee for the entire day is $129.00 USD and includes lunch and refreshments. To get a 25% discount off the already reasonable price just use the promo code: JAMIENAST25

Just for fun I included a few photos I took of the many sites to see while you are in New York City. They include: Broadway, Bryant Park, the 911 Memorial, and Radio City Music Hall.

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