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Foluso Aribisala , Trainer and Facilitator, Workforce Management Centre Ltd
This 4 day, fully accredited training course is endorsed by the inventor of Mind Mapping himself, Tony Buzan. Delegates are trained to become experts in Mind Mapping and the iMindMap software, and are taught how to apply them in the real-world to fully unlock their creative potential, improve their memory, and boost their productivity.
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Last month saw the ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor Course in Mind Mapping take place in Tony Buzan’s hometown, Henley-on-Thames, just outside London.
Tony kicked off the proceedings by presenting an insight into Mind Mapping and how he came to discover the globally recognised technique. The delegates were guided through the principles and the science behind Mind Mapping and how it aids memory and recall.
As part of our 40 years of Mind Mapping series, we’ve pulled together our favourite quotes from the man that started it all…
The Heartbleed Bug is the ultimate web nightmare; our online lives exposed and vulnerable to attack. Suddenly, the name of our first pet can no longer protect us, even if we put a number 1 at the end. We must now change all of our passwords for online accounts. Not only that, the passwords all have to be different and complex.
How can we possibly remember everything? What if every day is a constant cycle of forgotten passwords and security questions?
In a recent interview with the BBC, inventor of Mind Mapping and founder of the World Memory Championships, Tony Buzan, shared his tips on memorising complex passwords. Here’s what you need to know…
Welcome to the first post in a new series of ‘iMindMap Tricks’. If you don’t know me, I am Owen Hardy, Senior Trainer at ThinkBuzan and long-time user of iMindMap (starting all the way back with Version 1 of iMindMap). Through years of trial and error, playing with features and helping in the development of the software, I have learnt a variety of tricks that I am going to be sharing with you that I hope you will find useful.
This week we are going to look at how you can use the box-branch feature to enhance your presentations. If you have lots of existing PowerPoint or Keynote presentations that you have created over the years, I will show you how using the box-branches within iMindMap is a quick and easy way to combine your existing PowerPoint slides into your Mind Maps.
It’s really visual for the audience, easy to do and will save you time as you can re-use your existing presentation slides.
“In 2013 alone more than 300 people attended our two flagship programmes for iMindMap and Mind Mapping.”
ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor, Keith Usher, has a career spanning 25 years as a Management Consultant and Trainer, ranging from international based consultancy with Zurich Group to setting up Insight Learning Organisation, a specialised management consultancy and training operation in the Middle East and Africa.
Keith grew up in Kenya, and went on to study for his BSc Honours degree in Psychology at Surrey University. In addition to his work as a Management Consultant and Trainer, Keith is passionate about wildlife conservation and spends up to 3 months each year in Africa where he qualified as a FGASA Field and Trails Guide. He enjoys photography and volunteer work, as well as developing his knowledge of African wildlife and conservation.
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“The opportunity to train with the inventor of Mind Maps, my mentor, Tony Buzan became an exciting prospect. I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to train with Tony and his fantastic team.”
ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor: Don Taylor first discovered Mind Mapping in Hong Kong in 2007 when he came across “The Mind Mapping Book” by Tony Buzan in a book shop. Don works as an English teacher as well as a Mind Map instructor.