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MindManager 15 Preview Events

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For MindManager users you won’t want to miss these upcoming webinars. Today at 1pm EST you can get a preview of the new MindManager 15 and on September 8th you can get an overview of the new version specifically as it relates to managing projects. Sign up for either of these: SEPT 4th – Exclusive Preview: The […]

If you want to take your meetings to the next level consider using Mindjet’s new Jetpack. Mindjet has put together a package of tools, templates and tips to help you turn meetings back into a way of collaborating, making decisions and getting things done. The Meeting Jetpack provides the methodology and mechanisms to make all your meetings […]

If you want to take your meetings to the next level consider using Mindjet’s new Jetpack. Mindjet has put together a package of tools, templates and tips to help you turn meetings back into a way of collaborating, making decisions and getting things done. The Meeting Jetpack provides the methodology and mechanisms to make all your […]

I am honored to be featured in this month’s Mindjet User Spotlight.  In this article I share one of my favorite idea maps using MindManager.

Ministerstwa Uczące Się or MUS is the name of a new project in Poland that translates in English to Learning Ministries. 16 leaders within various ministries in Poland were hand-selected to become change agents within their organizations. The 2-day Idea Mapping Workshop was their first training session together and kicked-off their learning on Oct 29-30, […]

This is the third idea map that Jim Lauria has shared on this blog. In this example Jim used Mindjet’s MindManager software to create a map of the top 10 most popular Ted talks. This version is collasped, so you can’t see all the details or the links to these talks. Featured in these clips […]

I was recently helping a high school student study for his Spanish exam in a way that better matches his visual learning style. I think most students would agree that their boring linear notes are difficult study tools. So why not try something different. Today’s example is not chapter notes from a Spanish book. This […]

On October 13, 2011 I blogged about one of my favorite maps created by David Hill with assistance from Lisa Frigand — both from Con Edison in New York. This map greatly assisted in rebuilding Manhattan after 9/11. The power of this map is that it shows something very complex in a way that makes […]

This is one of my absolute favorite Idea Maps or Mind Maps I’ve ever seen … a needed tool at an incredibly critical moment in time. An avid user of MindManager David Hill of Con Edison writes:  “A few months after 9/11 I was having coffee with my friend Lisa Frigand of Con Edison’s Economic […]

Meet Jim Lauria – V.P. of Marketing and Business Development for Amiad Filtration Systems. He has been using mind maps for over ten years, first creating them by hand and then for the last seven years using MindManager.  Three years ago he joined Amiad and declared that he would become a thought leader in the […]

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