Know Thyself. Your Autobiographical Brain for Self Growth.

December 18, 2014

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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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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Getting Things Done with TheBrain

March 3, 2009

check125.pngClear Your Mind. Get It Out of Your Head and into Your TheBrain.

“First of all, if it’s on your mind, your mind isn’t clear. Anything you consider unfinished in any way must be captured in a trusted system outside your mind, or what I call a collection bucket, that you know you’ll come regularly back and sort through.”

David Allen, Getting Things Done

A central premise of David Allen’s Book and cultural movement, Getting Things Done, is that you can experience a tremendous sense of relief and control by moving your tasks and ideas outside of your mind and recording them externally in a place you can trust and where you will review them regularly. This frees your mind from remembering and allows you to focus on completing your tasks. Capturing and improving your thinking of course is what TheBrain is all about.

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