A Handy Add-on for the GTD Mappers

Filed Under Mindjet

Mindjet

by
March 3, 2010

Compatible solutionsTo all the GTDer’s (a.k.a. Getting Things Done) out there I have some great news to share with you. We know that many followers of the GTD plan use visual thinking, especially MindManager, to keep their lives productive. What some of you might not know is that there is another fantastic tool that you can use in conjunction to MindManager that will help you further optimize your productivity.

I am of course speaking about ResultsManager. This great add-on to MindManager will take you to a new level of productivity that you haven’t seen before. I am writing about this because our good friend, Nik Tipler over at Gyronix (Maker of ResultsManager) gave a great demo on February 25th, and we are lucky enough to have the recording as well as a link to his podcast.

In this webinar you will hear Nik go over:

  1. Intro/Overview – What is ResultsManager and how does it work with MindManager to make people more productive?
  2. Thinking in terms of the overall GTD workflow, how does RM support the various stages (collection, organization, next action lists)
  3. If I’m a new user starting out, what is my fastpath to getting up and running?
  4. What are the “wow” features that will help me realize an immediate impact from RM?

For the recording of the demo/webinar click here.

As an added bonus for all of you he also gave me a link to his ResultsManager fundamentals webinar.

14 Responses to “A Handy Add-on for the GTD Mappers”

  1. Carlos Smiht

    Hi! This post couldn’t be written any better! Reading through this post reminds me of my good old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this article to him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
  2. ghd hair straighteners

    After playing around with the trial version of MM7 for Mac I disappointed that v7 (or v8) does not/will not have a presentation function. Why not? It seams like such an obvious thing to include in a program that visually captures ideas.

    Reply
  3. Penny Hardaway Shoes

    Here elaborates the matter not only extensively but also detailly .I support the
    write's unique point.It is useful and benefit to your daily life.You can go those
    sits to know more relate things.They are nostalgic-pushead.com strongly recommended by friends.Personally

    Reply
  4. moncler outlet store

    Hhe article's content rich variety which make us move for our mood after reading this article. surprise, here <a href=” http://music-ofthesun.com/ ” >wslmart.net you will find what you want! Recently, I found some wedsites which commodity is colorful of fashion. Such as xxxxxxxx that worth you to see. Believe me these websites won’t let you down.

    Reply
  5. Marc

    Hi,

    when I first read about a piece of software that would explore all my mindmaps, spot next actions and bring them all together sorted by context, I must say I was blown away… unfortunatelly, when I tried to use it, the combination of Mindmanager and Resultsmanager was utterly slow for assigning Contexts, Owners, etc and there are not enough shortcuts… I don't think ResultsManager is to blame and I'm guessing it has to do with the interaction of both programs. If anyone has ever tried MyLifeOrganized, which btw I don't use anymore either, that is what I call fast though it is sooo cluttery that I also dropped it…

    If ResultsManager was a native Mindjet software, I think I would be much faster.

    Unfortunatelly enough, I haven't found THE software yet and my current situation GTDwise is even worse :(

    Reply
  6. Harsha

    I used the result manager as a trail version and it was very nice. But what my issue was the cost of the software. For Mind manager, Results manager and GyroQ, you are looking at close to $400 or more. Thats lot of money for a person to pay out. If Mindjet can incorporate some of these features in their core product, it will be good.

    Even in a company setting, it is difficult to convince any management to buy this extra add on. I really appreciate the software but if the price is less, many can buy.

    Reply
  7. pfmurphy

    I have also used the Gyronix products for years and endorse them as an extremely valuable addon to MindJet.

    Reply
  8. Crystal Loke

    Just wondering if anyone has a Decision Tree Analysis example. I have the SWOT example.

    Reply
  9. stefan

    I am using ResultsManager for years now and this is truly one of the best tools for MM resp. GTD
    I am glad to see it here featured.
    Results Manager is the reason why I am still with MindManager ;-)).
    Try GyroQ from Gyronix as well – another piece of useful software / add-in for MindManager.

    Regards

    Stefan

    Reply

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1.  GHD NZ

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>