Sunday, March 20, 2011

Mapping out information and knowledge just works

Just had to post this quick blog.  I was visiting Twitter and I came across a link to an article attached to a tweet by @AlliCrow better known as Graphic facilitator AllisonCrow Flanigin from Austin, TX.

The article can be accessed here. I was so impressed with the article that I quickly made up a MindManager Mind map overview of the Visual Accessing Cue's. It is clear to see; mapping out information and knowledge just works.

Being a Visual mapper (Facilitator) includes more than merely mapping out thought processes and helping clients to become more graphically aware of the value of Mind-Visual-Knowledge mapping.  

I have personally delved into studying the human condition, and I am continuously learning new and exciting things about communication.

One of the fascinating subjects I have become a student of is NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programing). I certainly don't claim to be an expert in the use of this rather interesting set of tools; put it this way; NLP for dummies is a book I bought awhile ago and it's kind of worn out now with use.  

I also bought a book a number of years ago now called "Words That Change Minds" by Shelle Rose Charvet; I encourage you to purchase Shelle's excellent book, and I'm sure it will challenge, inspire and motivate you to look out for the connectiveness of how we communicate, observe and influence our environments.

Shelle has an excellent site you can access here.



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