In one the best mapping questions I've encountered, Walter Terry asks for some clarity on when to use a clockwise approach (the typical standard for moving through a mind map) to moving through maps - especially as some of Gyronix's approach could seem to favor a counter-clockwise approach. Read the comments here. I tend to favor moving through the main topics of a mind map in a clockwise fashion, being more liberal with how I approach sub-topics unless instructions are present.
Here are a couple of examples I hope are helpful:
An example of the Gyronix Project Template:
An example from the Visual Strategist Solution Template Package:
I was sitting here thinking about what else you should know to make maximum use of the Visual Strategist Solution and came up with a couple you need to run with. If you didn't read the previous tips, check them out here. If you don't yet have the solution, you can get it for free here. These will be especially helpful for those of you getting started with the solution:
Happy mapping everyone.
Go Cleveland Cavaliers.
I wanted to send out a couple of quick tips to jumpstart your use of the Visual Strategist Solution. If you don't have it yet, get it here.
Nothing more for now, just get the solution for free if you don't have it yet here.
It's been a good week for VisualStrategist, mostly because I got to Chipotle (Giant Grin).
Oh yeah, going away from unabashed gluttony for a second, I've also gotten some great writeups from prominent bloggers re my Visual Strategist Solution Template Package. Check out what they've had to say;
The MindMapping Software Weblog - Chuck Frey: "Why not download these templates and take a look at what they can do for you? I looked at them briefly, and they appear to be very comprehensive. Great work, Kyle!"
ROICopy.com - Walter Terry: "...you should probably take him up on it before I talk some sense into him. Many of the aforementioned businesspeople paid him $400-$700 for a single training session and just got a piece of what he’s offering in this free map package."
Futurelawyer - Rick Georges: "They are a great place to start in learning the MindMap process, and will expand your thinking about your life and your law practice."
High praise from minds that play some sophisticated chords in their respective fields.
If you haven't yet had an opportunity to get the free Visual Strategist Solution Template Package, I highly recommend you do so now.
B) I know a business-building expert and guru named Rich Schefren who gives away loads of spectacular free content and does blockbuster business as a result.
C) I feel a moral obligation. As a Visual Strategist and Gyronix Certified Trainer, I've worked with hundreds, if not thousands of people on structuring their mind maps and managing projects. If I knew all of the common goals, shared feelings and desired experiences sought, and could give you THE solution at no cost, wouldn't it be a crime not to deliver it to you?
D) I'm in a festive mood with the release of MindManager 7.
What you're going to get with the Visual Strategist Solution template package:
All I ask is your feeback, word-of-mouth and consideration.
It's worth noting that you can have my solution for free even if you don't have MindManager by downloading the free MindManager Viewer. This release is for EVERYONE.
Now, without further ado, take charge and download the Visual Strategist Solution template package here!