Spring Gardening and Fine Tuning Your Brain.

March 24, 2015

image1“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often”

-Winston Churchill

Spring is officially here, a time of renewal and growth. As you start your spring cleaning in your garage and gardening outside you can do the same in your digital Brain by editing out old Thoughts and content as well as making new connections.

Most users are surprised by how easy it is to change relationships and reconstruct a Brain. There are a number of very useful authoring and editing tools that make changing your Brain a snap. Here are a few tips for reviewing and updating your Brain for maximum efficiency.

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Mind Mapping for a Cause

May 7, 2014

i_94edcb30316430e5_html_1b02c687Create Your Own Heart Map


“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.”

– Napoleon Hill


It takes vision to change the world. Bringing this vision of unrealized ideas and goals together in your Brain enables you to turn lofty ideas into real-world results.

Often, users find that the Brains or Thoughts in their Brain that mean the most to them are causes or missions larger than themselves. Creating a Brain that serves a cause larger than yourself is one of the best applications of your digital Brain. It is a great place to map out and explore key ideas and their ramifications. If you want to change the world, it all starts with a Thought. Here are a few examples to help get you going.

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TheBrain for iPad and iPhone Now Available Worldwide

April 2, 2014

A Free App for All Brain Users with a Cloud Services Account!


TheBrain for iOS

TheBrain for iPhone and iPad now available worldwide on the App store for free. TheBrain for iOS combines the best of note taking, file synchronization and mind mapping apps to give you the ultimate digital memory on their iPhone and iPad. TheBrain for iOS works with TheBrain desktop and your Cloud account, providing universal access to ideas, notes, files, in addition to visualizing how everything is related. TheBrain for iOS is a native app so you can create new Brains, add new Thoughts, take notes, link web pages, and attach photos right from your iPhone and iPad.



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TheBrain Customer Applications in KMWorld Magazine

October 1, 2013

KMWorld

Visualizing Knowledge.

“Modern knowledge visualization tools may have started as simple drawing tools, but they have evolved into collaborative environments that help teams share information effectively, develop shared mental models and provide context in a way no other tool can.”

Daniel W. Rasmus, KMWorld, October 2013

Our Brain users are doing some amazing stuff! With TheBrain’s visual links, disconnected content, complex ideas and multiple information sources can be brought together intelligently and intuitively. In this month’s issue of KMWorld Dan Rasmus explores mission critical visualization and how organizations are using tools like TheBrain to do great things. He highlights the extraordinary work of the Joint Council on Thoracic Surgery, who is advancing education to surgeons across the world with their TeamBrain.


biopic-craigbakerDr. Craig Baker, Chief of Cardiac Surgery LAC+USC and Vice Chair of Surgical Education at USC’s Keck School of Medicine, has created an impressive Brain to educate and empower the next generation of surgeons.




Cardiac Anatomy showing multiple parents and instant search



Conrad_ClyburnAlso covered in KMWorld is Conrad Clyburn, CEO of MedForeSight. His company helps accelerate the translation of medical technology from the lab to market.

Conrad’s Brain graphically “connects the dots” between over 35,000 best practices, pioneering academic medical research, global subject matter experts, interlinked funding programs, and industry players.  It’s a lot to keep track of, but it is easy, because it’s all in his Brain!

Read about TheBrain customer applications and other visualization technologies in the full article on KMWorld online and on page 8 in this month’s October edition.

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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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One Brain or Many? Approaches to Creating a Brain

March 17, 2010

layeredPlexesThere is no limit to the number of Thoughts and connections you can make in a single Brain.

This unique ability of PersonalBrain makes it ideal for visualizing and organizing large information networks as well as moving beyond standard mind mapping applications

Many users take advantage of PersonalBrain’s scalability and create an all compassing Brain for everything. While others opt for smaller, separate Brains. In this article I will explore each approach to creating a Brain and provide some guidelines for what might be best for you. 

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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Folders

March 3, 2010

Folders

  

   The Power of Multidimensional    Information Organization for    Visual Thinkers

 

 

There are a wide range of information management tools that can help you get organized. Even just creating a folder of all key documents and web links is helpful for any project manager. However, the problem with your computer’s folder structures is that they are very linear and incapable of representing your multidimensional thought process.

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