ThisNext Productivity Contest Winner

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February 2, 2007

Congratulations to Kristina Zill for winning Mindjet’s January Productivity Contest with ThisNext!

Check out Kristina’s winning list of productivity secrets and solutions here. We’re glad she’ll also be adding MindManager to the list.

http://www.thisnext.com/list/20C91898/Max-out-your-Productivity

To improve your productivity in 2007, don’t forget to check out Mindjet’s "Use The Power of an Hour + MindManager to Map your 2007 Goals" webinar with Dave Lakhani here.

One Response to “ThisNext Productivity Contest Winner”

  1. Arnold Villeneuve

    Mindsystems ThemeReader Entered Into the ThinkNext Contest

    It was a little tricky to figure out how to actually go about submitting a new recommendation but now its up and hopefully other MindManager users will recommend it as well.

    I used the Mindsystems ThemeReader to create a MindManager thematic mind map of my documents and then used the MindManager Viewer to see them. The combination worked like a charm. The Mindsystems ThemeReader even has a 21 day evaluation period so that you can try the software for free and produce as many MindManager mind maps as you like.

    MindManager Viewer and Mindsystems ThemeReader make a great combination. You can find the Mindsystems ThemeReader for the MindManager Viewer at this link:

    http://www.mindsystems.com.au/products/themereader/

    The Mindsystems ThemeReader uses advanced thematic extraction technology to create a thematic signature of the documents major and minor themes. It them imports the information into a MindManager mind map. However, you can use the free MindManager Viewer to read the new thematic mind map of your document. You even get a Synopsis and Detailed Summary of the document right within the mind map. And you can locate any paragraph that has a theme in it simply by clicking on the Notes attachment to the theme node.

    Enjoy create thematic mind maps of your own personal documents with the MindManager Viewer and Mindsystems ThemeReader today! It’s way cool!