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Guest post with Toby Fenn – Start up success with iMindMap

In this blog post, entrepreneur Toby Fenn tells ThinkBuzan how he used iMindMap to help plan, deliver and launch his company, Grad-Asia Ltd.

Grad Asia

How it all began

“After graduating in the UK back in 2010 and keen to secure a job, I sought frustratingly to align my interests and ability with a suitable career path. Limited by the domestic market, I widened my focus on potential avenues abroad, eventually deciding to pack up and relocate to Singapore. After a few weeks, I managed to secure a job in the finance industry, a Luxembourg based investment platform focused on business development across South East Asia.

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Guest post with Ruth Fawcett from Leeds Mencap – Fundraising & goal setting with iMindMap

iMindMap and Leeds Mencap
Ruth Fawcett, Head of Fundraising and PR at Leeds Mencap charity, shares her story with ThinkBuzan, about how she and her team use iMindMap and Mind Mapping for a whole host of tasks.

Who are Leeds Mencap?
Leeds Mencap is a small, independent charity that supports over 250 children and adults with learning disabilities, and their families and carers per week. We offer a range of activities and services including play schemes, parent and carer support, a dance group, residential homes and much, much more! We are regularly regarded as a life-life charity and receive many fantastic comments about our services. This is what one mother wrote recently;
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iMindMap as a task management tool for humanitarian agency, GOAL

GOAL logo
GOAL is an international humanitarian agency, dedicated to ensuring those living in severe poverty have access to the essential needs and rights in life. They are a non-denominational, non-governmental and non-political organisation.
In this article, Vicki Aken, the agency’s Country Director for Syria, discusses how Mind Mapping and iMindMap have become essential for coordinating all of the operations for the many issues that the agency handle.
GOAL whiteboard
“In Syria, our work focuses on delivering food to more than 250,000 people per month; restoring water systems that provide clean water to more than 350,000 people, rebuilding markets through livelihood and cash and voucher programming, repairing shelters, and providing emergency distributions to people newly displaced by the conflict.”
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3 ways to use iMindMap to boost productivity in work

“Mind Mapping uses the brain in the way it was designed, saves time, improves results and is fun. How can any business person be without this powerful tool?”

Stephen C Lundin, author bestselling, FISH!

iMindMap Business

As we advance in our careers, we are expected to cope with increasing workloads and responsibility, yet we remain limited by the 24 hours that are allotted to us each day. To make your time count, you need to find a way to eliminate the stumbling blocks that confront you when trying to solve a problem, find the ability to say no to non-essential tasks that you simply do not have the time to do, and get your brain into top gear when it needs to be.

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Constructive performance reviewing with iMindMap

Mind Mapping for performance coachingHave you ever experienced a feeling of dread when an employee’s performance review is looming? You’re not alone. They are renowned for being time-consuming, one-way and unconstructive.
A performance review should be much more than just calling an employee out on their weaknesses. It should improve the communication between you and your employee, identify areas for further coaching, and put a road map in place so both your employee and your organisation can reach their goals.
Here, we will demonstrate how Mind Mapping and iMindMap can help you turn a performance review into a productive and rewarding exercise.
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