Mind Mapping is a powerful thinking tool that YOU can use right away to help boost your thinking abilities and strengthen your creativity, improve your memory, increase your efficiency and productivity in whatever it is you do AND even make you better looking (ok perhaps the last one is stretching it a bit :-) but it will help you tap into even more of your genius potential.
It is very simple to use and has a whole host of applications and in this engaging, entertaining and educational podcast you will discover through live interviews with ordinary people like you from all walks of life the many different ways these folk are using it to great effect.
We have interviewed authors who now avoid writers block with it, busy moms who juggle career, family and writing a novel with it, deeply technical people who design highly specialised technology with it and highly creative artists who draw inspiration from it. We have interviews with teachers, project managers, Moms, Dads, political activists, writers, designers, business people, marketing gurus and even a Rock Star!
Listening to each episode you will discover tips, tricks and techniques that you can apply right away to be able to boost your brain power using Mind Mapping even if you have never used it before. Supported by the show website at www.MindMappingShow.com these interviews will give you easy to apply ideas that will help you master this simple but hugely powerful process that will help you in both your personal and professional lives.
Episode 012 – Brainstorm Effectively and Take Notes Faster Using Mind Mapping
A passionate stargazer and American native flute player, Garland Coulson, an internet marketing speaker and entrepreneur by profession, shares with us how he helps and teaches other people to benefit from the internet and how he uses Mind Mapping to do this. In this interview, Garland shares how he uses Mind Mapping for brainstorming, especially […]
Episode 011 – Why This Web Developer Rushed Back To Mind Mapping After Three Years Away
Mind Mapping can greatly help you to get by whether you’re a student or a professional and in this interview, you will discover how Matthew Lang, a web developer, used it to help him through his studies. After three years of not using it he “re-discovered” it and now it is a fundamental part of […]
Episode 010 – Why Mind Mapping Helps You Remember More Than Linear Note Taking
Simon Ash is another Mind Mapping user who shares with us his interesting background as a former bomb disposal officer and who is now helping teams and individuals to be more effective especially in decision making, strategic planning, change, safety and security and organisational development. He is also the founder of the website “The […]
Episode 009 – How Managers Can Organize Their Thoughts For Presentations And Planning Using Mind Mapping
This podcast episode is all about how Dan Kusnetzky, a system software analyst and an established expert in virtualization and cloud computing, uses Mind Mapping in his profession. You will also find out more about virtualization and cloud computing (if you don’t know about them yet) in this episode. Not only does he share with […]
Episode 008 – Discover The Possibilities Of What Mind Mapping Can Do To Your Personal And Professional Lives
If you want to find ways to become better at your business and personal lives, then this podcast might be of great interest to you. A mom, writer, and “solo-preneur”, Jamie Lee Wallace shares with us how she discovered Mind Mapping, how she uses hand-drawn Mind Maps and software-driven Mind Maps for both her personal […]
Episode 007 – How A Political Consultant Uses Mind Mapping To Influence Government Policy
In this interview, Gareth Elliott, an Account Manager from an award winning team of consultants shares with us how he uses Mind Mapping to help influence Government Policy. He specialises in Politics, Government, Media and Stakeholder Engagement and uses Mind Mapping as part of his work. In the beginning, he talks about his profession as […]
I’m sorry, I’d love to listen but the audio is poor and I hated the way the introductory music continues over your voice when you start talking.