Access this special Webinar
Taught by Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®
Are you asking any of the following?
- What is mindmapping anyway?
- Who uses mindmapping - and does it work even for linear, analytical brains?
- Should I care about mindmapping (or is this just another one of those “things” that some people think is cool)?
- What are the best tools (both low tech and high tech) to use for mindmapping (and are there any free ones!)?
- Are there “best practices” when mindmapping?
- When is a great time to use mindmapping?
When you register you’ll receive:
- A download of the class recording so you can watch and listen as many times as you need to and want to while reinforcing the strategies you learn;
- Handouts to download and use while you are watching, listening and learning;
- And more, of course!
“Hi! Just want to let you know that I participated in one of your Mindmapping sessions not too long ago and it was one of the most helpful webinars ever. A very useful too and the session was very enjoyable. Thank you!”
- Solve problems,
- Get your writing done,
- Plan projects,
- Generate ideas,
- Produce results,
- Create alternatives,
- Get the “big picture” with your team.
- And more
As Meggin always says,
“Your brain wants to help you, but you have to ask and you have to provide the opportunity for it to help.”
Mindmapping is one of the ways to get your brain to help you.
“Most helpful part was reminding me that there is such a thing as mindmapping. I have not yet used the information I learned in class, but I do intend to try it out before long.”
~Anders Jorgensen, Albuquerque, NM
About Your Presenter
Meggin McIntosh, PhD, known as “The PhD of Productivity®” is a former teacher, university professor, and director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. and says,
“I have been mindmapping since the early 80’s and at first, I wasn’t sure how well it would work for me. Well, let’s just say I was quickly convinced of its value and used mindmapping in graduate school, in my teaching, for planning writing projects and workshops, as well as for so many other endeavors ever since then. Creating mindmaps break logjams for me on a weekly - if not daily - basis. I’m so thankful to know about this strategy, technique, or method - whatever you want to call it!”
“I can always count on high-quality information from you, Meggin. You are very conversational in your teaching style. Even though there were many, many other people on the line, it just felt like two friends chatting.”
“Meggin’s teaching style is playful and simply delightful! She’s the perfect mix of practical information and joyful discovery.”
~Dominique Chlup, College Station, TX