I won’t be able to attend this since I wll be on Spring Break with the family, but I intend to watch it after the fact. Eric’s weblog is also well worth your time if you’re interested in knowledge work and personal productivity.
Sign up for my “How I use MindManager” webinar
MindJet has asked me to present a webinar on how I use MindManager to get things done. I agreed, and on Wednesday, March 28, 2007 at 10:00 AM (PST) I will present a free webinar, entitled MindManager as a Knowledge Management Tool: How I use MindManager and Lotus Notes to get things done. That’s the fancy title. My working title is “Mind Mapping in the Digital Sandbox.” (See description below)
I’ve provided a link to sign up for the webinar at the end of this post.
MindManager as a Knowledge Management Tool:
How I use MindManager and Lotus Notes to get things done.
Date: Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Time: 10:00 am Pacific Daylight Time
Description: Consultant and eProductivity Specialist, Eric Mack, will give us a tour of his world and how he works and how he uses Mind Manager as a visual thinking and planning tool. He will discuss how he uses Mind Manager as a visual dashboard and planning tool for project and action management. He will also share how he uses Mind Manager on a daily basis as a support tool for getting things done with the GTD methodology and how he uses Mind Manager as a research support tool for Knowledge Management. Finally, he will show us how he uses MindManager to brainstorm and track projects and actions stored in Lotus Notes databases. In addition to using Mind Maps at work, Eric uses them when home-schooling his children and when coaching robotics teams. We’ve asked him to share a little bit about how he teaches the kids to use Mind Maps to organize their thinking and strategy when planning for a paper or a competition. At the conclusion of the webinar, Eric will be available to answer your questions.
Originally posted on Eric Mack Online
6 thoughts on “Eric Mack webinar on using MindManager as a Knowledge Management Tool”
Bummer – wish you a speedy recovery. Make sure you do not start stressing the shoulder too early.
Nice work…glad you are recovering, enjoy your unintended rest!
Get well soon!
NOW I hope you are not going to have toothache or something drastic to your mouth!
Bummer, indeed. I’ve been playing with the built-in voice-recognition software on my laptop (Microsoft-provided) while a baby lays on my shoulder. It works okay, but I haven’t given it enough time to really test it.
Still showing up for my class at the end of May?
Take care of yourself and preserve that speaking voice!
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