Online Mind Mapping

2 thoughts on “Online Mind Mapping”

  1. Pen and paper will always be a great approach to getting your thoughts down. It’s a bit more difficult (or time consuming) to use paper when you want to see your ideas reorganized in a variety of ways. Using mapping software helps you look at information in new meaningful ways as well as take action on that information. You can quickly transform items into ‘tasks’ and synch them with Outlook to facilitate a GTD process. Or use maps as an ongoing dashboard to track your horizons of focus, like David Allen does.

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