We have all sat through presentations that seem to go on forever. The presenter drones on, not looking up from their notes, and the audience inevitably drifts off. By using Mind Maps you can greatly improve presentation skills, from creating your presentation, to beating your speaking fears and then delivering it with confidence and impact.
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The iMindMap Viewer came new with the recent iMindMap 6.2 update. Now you can allow friends or colleagues to view an interactive version of your map simply by clicking a link. Here is a quick crash course…
Getting organised with Mind Maps
The past two decades have seen meteoric advances in the way we communicate and work; with emails, Facebook, SMS, Twitter, Skype, Ping, blogs, feeds and a vast array of other indispensable forms of ‘connecting’ and absorbing information.
With such resources at our disposal productivity should be soaring, shouldn’t it? But whilst the world is now at your fingertips, you are, unfortunately, equally within reach of the world.
New Season, New Perspective
Spring is finally here, and (outside of Britain) flowers are starting to bloom, animals are coming out of hibernation, and it’s about time you took another stab at that long-overdue project that is gathering dust in the corner of your mind.
You know the ones I mean; that idea that you were so excited about at first, but that gradually shrank into nothing as more and more obstacles or issues got in the way. You just didn’t know how to make it work and you gave it up for dead.
Well now is the time to revive it with the help of some fresh perspectives!
How to update
For current iMindMap 6 users, a pop-up will appear in the iMindMap desktop software, letting you know that this update is available. You can also click on Tools and then Updates, and follow the simple on-screen instructions to receive the 6.2 update (or Help and then Updates on a Mac).
NEW Social Sharing
With iMindMap 6.2′s new social sharing feature, you are able to share your Mind Maps as images on Twitter and Facebook at the touch of a button. It couldn’t be simpler – take a look at the video below to see it in action.
Released next week in the iMindMap 6.2 update, Audio Notes integration in presentations will not only add more depth and interest for your live audiences, it makes our video export option even more powerful. Share presentations on youtube or your website with full audio, all from iMindMap. Now your message can reach a global audience at the click of a button…
We know our users already stand apart from the dull slideshow masses, but what will you do with this new feature?
It’s just around the corner…
After long hours of work and a few sleepless nights, our developers are now adding the finishing touches to iMindMap 6.2. The 6.2 update will be free to all of our users who are currently using the iMindMap 6 software. The features are all designed to make you look better, so we hope you’ll enjoy them!
We come to it at last, the grand finale to the Innovation Nation challenge! By now your country should be taking shape nicely, with its own geography, language, wildlife and national dish. If you are just joining us, check out the whole series here. For the rest of you, it is now time to complete your nation by creating your very own national sport.
Welcome to Part 3 of the challenge where we have a double-whammy of activities for you today. You already have your nations, name, flag, map and language – now it’s time to invent a memorable national dish and discover what wildlife frolics freely in and around your country’s borders. If you’ve fallen a bit behind, no need to worry, take a look at Exercise 1: Geography or Exercise 2: Languages
So we move on to part two of the challenge. You’ve already created a name, flag and map for your country, and now it is time to ignite your innovation by making your very own language. The memory boosting skills of word and image association are the name of the game in this activity.If you missed part one, click here for Exercise 1: Geography