Making the Most of Your Brain for 2017.

January 20, 2017

Making the Most of Your BrainA Round Up of Ideas, Tips & Food for Thought from a Few Notable Brain Experts.

The New Year brings new ideas and growth. Now is the time to create some new Brains that take your projects to the next level and make the most of the New Year.

So in the spirit of moving forward I asked some well-known big thinkers and Brain users:

What key feature or approach do you recommend to TheBrain users to unleash their potential with their Brains this 2016?”

Each participant was given free reign to interpret the question and the results are both revealing and intriguing. Read what some of our experts like Jerry Michalski, James Burke, Omer Aziz, Conrad Clyburn and Wallace Tait have to say.


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Parent, Child, or Jump…Which Relationship Should I Choose?

August 6, 2013

Welcome to the world of Thought relationships. As you may have noticed the layout of Thoughts in TheBrain isn’t random. Every time you click on a Thought things change, but they are always displayed in certain areas of your display. These areas represent different types of relationships. Let’s start with the basics and then move on to more details.

Intro to Parent, Child, Jump, and Sibling

Active Thought
Relationships are always displayed around and relative to the Active Thought (the Thought in the center.) This gives you a view point or perspective to view and derive other relationships

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One Brain for Instant Access to Everything

May 21, 2013

onebrain01Most of us spend our time juggling an array of projects for all aspects of our life. Creating a Brain with both business and personal Thoughts can help you get the big picture on everything. Moreover, you will gain instant access to any idea or file in seconds, making multitasking a breeze!

This blog entry features a “Template Brain for Everything” to download and will provide some useful ideas for creating that one Brain that has it all.

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How to Create Engaging Brains for Quick Online Publishing

November 17, 2010

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Topic focused Brains are ideal for sharing and publishing. They are a great way to enter into the publishing arena on WebBrain.com and are a ton of fun to create.  Here’s how to create a compelling Brain in 6 simple steps.


1. Select the Right Topic: Breadth or Depth?

If you want to attract attention on your blog or webbrain.com choosing a topic that’s engaging is a must. If you are pressed for time and want to publish, keep your topic focused. For instance, instead of mind mapping out the entire history of the United States you could choose a more specific topic  like “the Effect of the Industrial Revolution” or American Entrepreneurs.  Narrowing down your topic will help you avoid any gaping holes in your content and ensure that your Brain covers all key ideas on your subject.

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Must Create Thoughts for Your Brain

April 14, 2008

Your Brain is only as good as the Thoughts inside it. Here is a listing of the most useful Thoughts for your Brain that can take your mind mapping into a whole new direction, capturing more aspects of your life for greater insight and instant recall.

 

1. Your Home Thought
Okay, every brain has one. But it’s only fitting to mention this Thought because your Home Thought is where everything starts and other Thoughts flow from. As a new user your home Thought is the start of your Brain. If it is a Brain about you, your home Thought should be your name. If your Brain is topic specific the subject of your Brain should be your home Thought. Now you can start creating “child thoughts” under this Thought. (To learn more about getting started, read my getting started post.)

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Spring Cleaning: 6 Ways You Can Improve Your Brain

March 10, 2008

“One of these things is not like the others, One of these things just doesn’t belong, Can you tell which thing is not like the others By the time I finish my song? Did you guess which thing was not like the others? Did you guess which thing just doesn’t belong? If you guessed this one is not like the others, Then you’re absolutely…right!”

Words and Music by Joe Raposo and Jon Stone

Editing and Overhauling your Brain? Well, start singing! Okay if you haven’t sung this song at least once in your life, watched Sesame Street or maybe played this game with your kids then you are probably finding this a rather odd start to a blog post on editing a Brain. But if you watch my Brain 202 webinar then you will probably realize that this is the perfect tune for the task of cleaning your Brain. And will lead us into Tip #1 for editing your Brain…

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