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January 10, 2012

The 2012 PathStay Clear and Focused on Your 2012 Resolutions with Visualization

The New Year is shiny and bright. Now is the time when we can look back on past accomplishments and mistakes of the previous year and start anew. Whether you are building on your previous Thoughts and projects or starting a new Brain, visualization software and mind maps enable you to formulate clear and doable plans for the New Year in a way that captures your best thinking.

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Go Smarter with Your Travel Brain

December 13, 2011

Go Smarter
Create a No Limits Knowledgebase for Travel

Whether you are making your annual trip back home for the holiday season or are on the road each week, your Brain can help you make the most of your travel plans. Moreover, by adding key resources into your Brain you’ll create a robust knowledgebase for key destinations that gets better every time you use it.

TheBrain is invaluable for keeping trip itineraries accessible and collecting cool snippets of your destinations.

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From Turkey Recipes to Marketing Projects: Creating a Mental Space for Life’s Events

November 21, 2011

Mental SpaceWith the holiday season fast approaching we’re all trying to do more while enjoying the beauty and joys of life. Using TheBrain enables you to organize your business and personal events so you can make the most of your plans and retrieve your best ideas when you need them.

Nonlinear Organization Fuels Creative Results

Event planning by its very nature involves many variables, people and ideas coming together. Organizing events in PersonalBrain where you can link any idea to anything else will help you visualize all aspects of an event, build and grow good ideas.

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Capturing Creativity

August 2, 2011

“Clean out a corner of your mind and creativity will instantly fill it.”
DeeHock
ideasAs we enjoy the warmer weather and relaxed ambience of summer, the season brings us an opportunity to be inspired and bring new ideas to life. Right now deadlines may not be as pressing as they are at year-end for some businesses, or you might be stepping in for a vacationing colleague, or travelling yourself. All these circumstances can trigger fresh ideas and allow you to explore uncharted territory.

Use TheBrain to make your summer shine, by capturing and growing your creative ideas and projects.

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Augment Your Brainstorming. Go From Thinking to Doing.

April 19, 2011

Augmented Brainstorming

“Become more conscious of the creative power within your reach

Alex Osborn 
Creator of Modern Brainstorming Techniques

Brainstorming was popularized in 1939 by Alex Osborn. He was a partner in an ad agency looking to expand the boundaries of projects and create a better context for idea generation. Osborn developed several rules for a good brainstorming session: encourage large quantities of ideas, include the outlandish unusual ideas, minimize judgment, and build on each idea.

In 1939 brainstorming methodology was solid but technology was still disconnected. Alex Osborn could have his secretary type up the groups’ ideas (as most real managers in 1939 didn’t type) and hand them out on a piece of paper to everyone.

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Digital Introspection and the Importance of Self-Knowledge

March 18, 2011

Semantic Networks Capture Mental ModelsThinker

It was an honor to be on the Atlantic Guest Blogging Team. Here is my final post on Digital Introspection. In this article I talk about self-examination and the importance of creating digital mental models.

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The Secret to Digital Sanity

March 18, 2011

Flow tools versus Capture ToolsDigitalSanity

Digital flow or noise, if not handled properly, will destroy your focus. In this post I explore how to make the Internet’s deluge of information work for you rather than the other way around.

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From Filing Cabinets to Digital Thought

March 18, 2011

I’m thrilled to be guest blogging on the Atlantic this week!DigitalFiles

In my first post I explore the history of how we store and manage our information — and why we can’t continue thinking in terms of files in the 21st century…

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Your TeamBrain.
Where People Connect and Ideas Grow

February 3, 2011

“An idea is not a single thing. It is more like a swarm.”         knowledgment collaboration
Steven Johnson, Where Good Ideas Come From

Creating the right context for ideas and collaboration has led to unsurpassed breakthroughs. Whether we’re exchanging ideas in a coffee shop or online at our office, the heart of an idea’s growth and formation is environmental connections.

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Getting the Important Stuff Done with TheBrain

January 5, 2011

pblogo_checkWe are a society of overcommitted and far too busy people. Sometimes it can feel like our day is gone before we even get started. With so many responsibilities and projects moving at once it’s critical to manage and control the flow of your information, your time for each project and even the desirability of the projects themselves.

Last month we did a Webinar called “First Things First” that explored how TheBrain can be used for prioritization and focus of projects. Here are a few key principles that we discussed.

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