idea mapping book Category

I’m fascinated by statistics and trends especially as it pertains to how social networking impacts blog and website statistics. I’m also intrigued by trends in book sales. Some books have a life for a year or so and then die out. Others become classics. Here’s what I’m seeing happen to my Idea Mapping Book … […]

Here’s an ironic story… Last month I was one of the speakers for the sold-out New Jersey PMI (Project Management Institute) Annual Conference. This is the second largest chapter in the USA. The morning started with a great spread of food and attendees strolled the bookstore and the vendor booths. I noticed that the bookstore […]

This is Idea Map #145. This map was used to guide me through a recent Mindjet Webinar (January 22, 2009) with Lisa Fait and Michael Deutch (both from Mindjet). During this webinar the following items were discussed: Definition of Idea Mapping Origins of Idea Mapping Hand-drawn vs. software-generated maps Who uses Idea Mapping? Why does […]

This book by Teiji Nakano just came out October 22, 2008 and is available at  Teiji is a master of the MindManager product and is personally responsible for the sales of 8,000 licenses in a previous position. He has just joined the Mindjet team in Japan and they are fortunate to have him on […]

This past weekend celebrated the 2-year anniversary of the release of the Idea Mapping Book published by John Wiley & Sons. The publication of this book has taken me on an unexpected journey. I’ve had the privilege of teaching for many new clients around the globe, and more importantly YOU (the readers of the book […]

Philippe Boukobza from Spain previously contributed his book summary of Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. His blogs are in English, French, and Spanish. His contribution today is a map he created of my book, Idea Mapping! This idea map was created using Inspiration 8. Thanks Philippe.

You will officially meet Kaye Nightingale from the UK via October’s feature article in my column (Jamie’s Idea Spot) in the Mindjet monthly newsletter. So this is your preview. Kaye sent me the first idea map of my book (except the map I created myself when writing it) that captures all the details from my […]

Locus Publishing OOD in Bulgaria is the latest country to receive a Global Rights Department License from John Wiley & Sons to translate Idea Mapping.

On September 4, 2007 I introduced you to pilot Michael Panebianco. He’s back with another example of how idea mapping is helping in training for emergency procedures. The asymmetric flaps map is an abnormal situation he had a few months back. It was the first map he did after buying the Idea Mapping book. He […]

Today’s Book Signing

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This is just a reminder that today Jamie will be signing books at the Book Cellar & Cafe in Plymouth, Michigan from 1-4pm. This signing is in conjunction with Plymouth’s annual Art in the Park festival which is the 2nd largest annual art fair in Michigan. For more information see

Idea Mapping Blog

The purpose of this blog is to share idea mapping examples and related learning from my Idea Mapping, Memory, Speed Reading, and Certification Workshops. This blog is dedicated to my Certified Idea Mapping Instructors, my clients, Mind Mapping and Idea Mapping practitioners around the globe.




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