This is Day 4 of a larger 5 day planning guide. Please join me at Day 1 and move through the subsequent days. This post won’t make much sense with out the previous posts.
“A mind map is a graphical way to represent ideas and concepts. It is a visual thinking tool that helps structuring information, helping you to better analyze, comprehend, synthesize, recall and generate new ideas. Just as in every great idea, its power lies in its simplicity.”– Litemind.com
For you it will serve as a tool that:
- Diagrams information around a central subject.
- Includes sub topics and even more sub topics.
- Better than text/lists for seeing how things are connected.
- Offers a non-linear way of thinking through a problem.
- An at-a-glance map for the months in your 90 day plan.
You can either do a mind map with pen and paper (for those creative types) or you could even do a mind map with a computer (for those more logical types). If you aren’t sure which method is for you, you can try both and see which one you like or you could take a quiz here to see if you are more right brained (creative) or left brained (logical). If you want to know more about how to use mind mapping with Quarterly Planning.
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What I recommend for computer programs are:
- Mobile IOS Ideament
- Mobile Android SimpleMind
Both of these are easy to use without much instruction. Click on the link to see if they are right for your needs.
Here is a video that explains how to mind map using the 90 day plan.
Now that you have got the above components it is time to put your 90 days into some sort of workable action. This is where it all comes together on your calendar and into your life.
Tomorrow we will visit the last day – Day 5 of The Ultimate 90 day Planning Guide: Calendaring.
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