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Author Jamie Nast will be teaching a public Idea Mapping Workshop June 13-14, 2017 in Northville, Michigan. Seating is limited to 20 people. Here is the course abstract and registration information. Bookmark us!Close Bookmark and Share This Page Save to Browser Favorites / BookmarksAskbackflipblinklistBlogBookmarkBloglinesBlogMarksBlogsvineBuddyMarksBUMPzee!CiteULikeco.mmentsConnoteadel.icio.usDiggdiigoDotNetKicksDropJackdzoneFacebookFarkFavesFeed Me LinksFriendsitefolkd.comFurlGoogleHuggJamespotJeqqKaboodlekirtsylinkaGoGoLinkedInLinksMarkerMa.gnoliaMister WongMixxMySpaceMyWebNetvouzNewsvineoneviewOnlyWirePlugIMPropellerRedditRojoSegnaloShoutwireSimpySlashdotSphereSphinnSpurlSquidooStumbleUponTechnoratiThisNextTwitterWebrideWindows LiveWorlds MoviesYahoo!Email This to a FriendCopy HTML:  If you like […]

I’m looking forward to teaching an Idea Mapping Workshop tomorrow for NIH’s Office of Extramural Programs in Bethesda, MD. This is my third workshop for NIH and is shaping up to be the best yet! See my June 25, 2014 posting for a look at a previous event.

I’m thrilled to announce that the final public Idea Mapping Workshop for 2014 will be happening in Palm Beach, FL next month. Vanda North (Founder and former CEO of The Buzan Centres) will also be teaching her 1-day Mind Chi Workshop on Dec 2 and will be joining us for much of the Idea Mapping Workshop and subsequent Idea Mapping […]

The four breakout rooms were set with 75 chairs each at the PMI Annual Conference outside of Omaha, NE this past Monday. In my AM Memory session we had to pull in extra chairs to accommodate the crowd. I had 104 of the 289 conference attendees learning to memorize 20 items in order, learn to […]

Today Biggerplate posted an interview with me on their blog page. The interview highlights some of my background, how I first came across mind mapping, my perceived benefits of mapping, and a bit about my upcoming workshop in the UK September 17-18, 2014 in Bournemouth. Course fee is $695 USD. Registration is limited to 24 […]

I am excited to announce that I will be teaching my Idea Mapping Workshop in Bournemouth, UK September 17-18, 2014. This workshop is open to the public and is limited to the first 20 who register. Here is the Course Abstract. The fee is $695 USD and you can register here for this event or any other Idea Mapping […]

I crossed the 23,000 mark! As of this moment I have trained 23,162 individuals in Idea Mapping. This new record was set as a result of last week’s 392 participants in the Idea Mapping DDM Leadership Series at NIH. In this graphic you can see that from 1992 thru 2001 I trained nearly 12,000 people. That’s […]

Last week 392 NIH employees attended my Idea Mapping Workshop for their quarterly DDM Seminar Series. CFO and Deputy Director for Management (Colleen Barros) introduced me once again. I previously taught another part of her organization in October of 2012. It was an honor to be invited back a second time and to be counted […]

Tomorrow I’m looking forward to teaching Idea Mapping to nearly 500 participants in NIH’s DDM Seminar Series. This is the second time I’ve been asked back onto this palatial campus. They are expecting 150-200 people to attend the live session and 200-350 viewing the simulcast. I look forward to sharing some of their Idea Maps […]

Jamie Nast (author of the best-selling book titled Idea Mapping) has some exciting public workshops scheduled for 2014 and wanted to share those dates and locations. For more information see the full Course Abstract. Registration for these workshops is now open. Join Jamie for this life-changing learning experience. Participation in these workshops is limited to the first […]

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