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Here is a summary mind map of a monthly networking group I went to last night

I left my bag in the car that had my different coloured pens and only had the Sofitel Hotel's black pen

The Mind Map is still effective as it summarises the key information and gives me an overview of each of the speakers on that night.

Using images and symbols can help enhance the memory aspects and I could colour it in (using Highlighters or Stabilio pens) if I needed to or had the time.

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In tough economic times, should you innovate?  Yes!! was the unanimous message from the speakers at the Australian innovation conference, InnoFuture 2008.

Key messages from Day 1

  • Increase your return on imagination – give people time to think (Tom Wujec, Canada)
  • Increase granularity– disaggregate data to find new opportunities (Mehrdad Baghai, USA)
  • Collaboration 21st century style (Web 2.0 contributing and sharing) is affecting how we innovate...

This Mind Map was a brainstorm of entrepreneurs at Mal Emery's Platinum group on "Marketing ideas to expose my business" with Jennifer goddard as the scribe

key elements of Mind Map summary...

Here is a Mind Map of the Speed Reading (or Range and Rapid Reading Program) that I have converted to iMindMap

The key words used in the Mind Map are...

Awareness of…...

Here is a summary mind map of a monthly networking group I went to last night

I left my bag in the car that had my different coloured pens and only had the Sofitel Hotel's black pen

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this is my mind map of Tony Buzan's Sessions as part of the Australian Innovation Festival in Australia

Melbourne 19 May - most of the Mind map was created

Brisbane 21 May - minor...

Part two of the mind maps I have used to summarise the course material

This is a summary of a great presentation I attended last night at National Speakers Association of Australia NSAA. Yvonne Adele, formally known as Ms Megabyte in Australia, is now focussing on...

In tough economic times, should you innovate?  Yes!! was the unanimous message from the speakers at the Australian innovation conference, InnoFuture 2008.

Key messages from Day 1

  • Increase your return on imagination – give people time to think (Tom Wujec, Canada)
  • Increase granularity– disaggregate data to find new opportunities (Mehrdad Baghai, USA)
  • Collaboration 21st century style (Web 2.0 contributing and sharing) is affecting how we innovate...

If you are Australian and in particular from Victoria you could not help knowing Joan Kirner, former  state premier.

Indeed even a basic knowledge of Current affairs would have exposed...

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