Tag Archives: Prioritisation

Overcoming Writers Block

Dr. Peter Moir of Relequa Analytical Systems Ltd shares his use of MindGenius to overcome “writers block” when writing a Research Paper. He has also created a template map to help others with the same process… “If like me you struggle getting started writing, anything, and find yourself staring at a blank screen and the

Healthcare Service Improvement with Mind Mapping

With a career spanning over 30 years in healthcare including front line work as an Occupational Therapist and more recently within Lead Service Improvement, Mary Duggan recalls the significance of mind mapping software within her role. Through her years of experience, Mary adapted her tools and approach in order to achieve a more productive and

Mind Mapping: Definition, Uses and Advantages

Most people have great ideas and equally great thoughts about how they can execute those ideas into  tangible, successful, functional entities that don’t just reside in the mind. However, daily stress, work pressure, or even relaxation can jumble everything up, resulting in a confusing mess that is neither great nor successful in making itself tangible.

How to Assign Actions to Branches…

What are Actions? Actions (or Tasks) are a set of properties that help you track and manage the things you need to do. Where will I find this function? Actions / Tasks are set and managed via the “Task Schedule” and “Action Misc” command groups on the Tasks ribbon. How do I apply Actions /

“How To…” — Map Explorer

For the first of our new series of bite-size “How To’s”, we will share knowledge and hints and tips on how to use Map Explorer. How to use Map Explorer… What is Map Explorer? The Map Explorer is unique to MindGenius and facilitates the navigation of large maps, allowing you to move quickly between the

MindGenius Pathway to Success

The mantras ring out louder each passing day… “We need to get better at this!” “We must be more efficient in X Y Z!” “We must look at ways to be more productive!” “We need to be more creative and innovative!” …and there are more… In most day-to-day work situations we are usually tasked with