Map Your Way to Effective Communication in the September 2007 Mindjet User Newsletter, Published Today

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September 17, 2007

Click here to check out the September 2007 Mindjet User Newsletter: Map Your Way to Effective Communication.  

This month’s newsletter features:

  • Map Templates: “Communicate Effectively with MindManager 7” and “Using the T.A.P. (Tapping, Arranging, Presenting) Process;”

  • Top Story: Author Cliff Atkinson uses MindManager® 7 to tell a visual story

  • New! Monthly Columns by Celebrated Experts: Jamie Nast, “Using MindManager to Communicate Effectively” and Roger C. Parker, “Stop Writer’s Block Before it Begins;”

  • Tips ‘n Tricks: whether you’re a Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced User, this month’s “Tips for Effective Communication with MindManager” is for you;

  • Webinars: “Using MindManager to Plan, Write, Promote, and Profit from a Book,” “Using MindManager to Move Your PowerPoint Presentations Beyond Bullet Points” and “How to Map the Complex Sale;”

  •  Be Heard!: Take the Mindjet User Newsletter Survey and get a FREE Effective Communications Productivity Pack.

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2 Responses to “Map Your Way to Effective Communication in the September 2007 Mindjet User Newsletter, Published Today”

  1. Michael Deutch

    Thanks Eric. We at Mindjet also believe that MindManager is a perfect compliment to PowerPoint as well. Many of our users start their presentations with MindManager to gather their ideas and organize their content and presentation flow. Once they nail down the flow, they export to PowerPoint to finish up their presentation.

    I use a combination of PowerPoint and MindManager to develop presentations in a slightly different way. I build the presentation using MindManager and then either attach PowerPoint slides within the presentation or take ‘snag-it’ images of the presentation and embed them into my map. That way, I can utilize within my maps the compelling info-graphics that PowerPoint creates with ease.

    Either way, if you want to make amazing presentations, I wouldn’t write off PowerPoint completely, it still has a lot to offer when used in conjunction with MindManager.

  2. Eric P

    Since upgrading to V7 Pro I’ve been using the presentation mode of MindManager. I can now comfortably say that I can avoid using PowerPoint 99% of the time. Transitioning to MindManager for presentations allows me to spend my time creating valuable content and avoid the seemingly endless cycle of format, reorganize, reformat that comes with PowerPoint. And best of all audience members think more map like anyway. I just posted an article on my blog Get Rid of PowerPoint and Elevate Your Presentations using Mind Maps that you might be interested in.