Get People’s Attention with the Power of Your Ideas.

May 19, 2016

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Use TheBrain for Outstanding Presentations

Tired of your same old PowerPoint or are you trying to communicate complex ideas that go beyond slides? Use TheBrain to dazzle your audience with your visual connections and then continue the momentum with a live knowledgebase in your Brain afterward.

 

This month we will be exploring using your Brain for presentations and meeting management. Watch this month’s webinar to get the scoop:

 

TheBrain can be used as a presentation and persuasion tool for more effective communication before, during and after your meetings. Below are three stages of meeting management that your Brain can help you with.


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From Ideas to Action

April 8, 2016

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Using TheBrain for Project Management

Driving your ideas to completion can be a challenge especially when you are dealing with multiple data sources, complex and sometimes ill-defined requirements in addition to many stake holders. However, creating a complete context for all your project goals and information makes it easy to manage everything and bring projects to a successful completion.


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Making the Most of Your Brain for 2016.

January 20, 2016

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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Know Thyself. Your Autobiographical Brain for Self Growth.

December 18, 2015

Autobio-1.jpgIt’s All About You, Really.

Accidental Autobiography: Your Digital Mind.

Navigating through someone’s Brain gives you a very intimate look at who they are. You can learn a lot about that person not only by the Thoughts they’ve chosen to add, but also the way things are connected.

Creating a Brain that moves beyond the sum of its parts usually happens by accident as your Thoughts and ideas grow. But actually taking on the task of self-reflection and exploration using TheBrain can be just as fun and rewarding. With this in mind, let’s explore some ideas for purposefully mind mapping yourself.


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Happy 18th Brain Anniversary to Jerry Michalski!

December 8, 2015

Happy 18th Brain anniversary to Jerry Michalski!

“18 years = 281K Thoughts and Crossing the Half-million Link Mark!”

Acclaimed tech analyst and futurist Jerry Michalski has started his 281,000 plus Thought Brain 18 years ago this month. This December we pay tribute to his very popular internet Brain that he shares with the world. This year Jerry also released his very own app of his digital Brain.

Congrats and best wishes Jerry!!


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The Zen of Remote Productivity

June 18, 2015

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These days very few of us leave our projects at the office.Taking work home or working remotely, while giving you the convenience of writing a proposal in your pajamas, is not without its challenges.

When we work remotely our attention can become very fleeting: the call of domestic chores, the cat swiping at the cursor… We only need to gaze out at the yard and our mind wanders from completing the monthly sales report to weekend yard work.

Creating an effective information environment that extends your projects and thinking beyond your physical office is absolutely paramount for home office productivity. Use TheBrain to bridge the gaps so you can focus on your tasks wherever you are, and gain a visual network of resources that keeps you at the top of your game.


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Everything Is Connected. It’s Time to See the Links.

June 5, 2015

People NetworksAdding People and Mind Mapping Social Networks in Your Brain

If you don’t have your family or colleagues in your Brain you are missing out. Adding people in your Brain whether it’s their name connected to a project or their contact info will help you get the big picture on your relationships. Creating a people centric Brain will improve the quality of your interactions so you can remember key details that might otherwise be forgotten.



Visualizing Teams and Organizational Expertise

Getting a handle on complex projects can be challenging. Part of the equation in any large project is people. Connecting people to projects will help you understand who is responsible for what and yield more productive meetings.


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Spring Gardening and Fine Tuning Your Brain.

March 24, 2015

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

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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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Jerry Michalski’s 250,000 Thought Brain Is Now an App!

January 19, 2015

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If you thought Jerry’s Brain was fun on the Web, you need to try it on your iPad or iPhone! For the first time ever, Jerry Michalski has released an app on his very popular internet Brain. Thousands of people have used Jerry’s Brain as a resource on the Internet for the latest and greatest business practices, social and economic theories as well as thousands of trending technology topics. Now it’s all rolled into one app for the iPhone and iPad.

 

Here’s a quick video preview!


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That Time of Year Again – Creating Your Thanksgiving Brain.

November 21, 2014

The holidays are upon us again and there’s no time to waste! Preheat the oven. Call Aunt Lisa. When does Grandma’s plane land? Is Judith bringing her pumpkin pudding? Does the Madeira Gravy recipe call for brown onions or cipollini?

I believe at this point, Charlie Brown would just say, “Good Grief!”

Before your holiday plans become a holiday flop, it might be a good idea to get organized. Take a step back and look at the big picture.

Our Thanksgiving Brain Tour may give you an idea of how you can use your Brain to keep on track and run a tight ship! Now, it’s off to the airport… Grandma is waiting.

 

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