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Table of Contents (click on the minute timeline for the specific content):
00:16 - Cast greetings and intro.
01:07 - Guest intro, Mary Joyce of ResourcesQueen.com
03:12 - Mary's vision boards.
04:57 - A quick reminder of what's in this show.
05:52 - Digital mind mapping tools to create a vision board.
07:22 - How digital mind mapping tools create a collaborative approach to vision board creation.
09:14 - Sandra on Coggle.it
10:38 - Zef's tips on using Instagram to create a digital vision board.
13:19 - Mary's tips on using digital mind mapping tools like Xmind.net.
15:35 - Additional tips from Sondra on bookmarking.
17:44 - Mary's tips on using Trello.com
19:11 - Tips on how to choose the right digital tools for your business.
21:00 - Mary and Zef on using video recording tools.
22:31 - Cast contact info.
24:47 - More on Creative Chat Cafe & let's get social!
The conversation: your hosts:
ZEF: Sondra, digital tools give you more options, more space to play. Do you find you use digital ones in the same way you use hard copy ones?
SONDRA: I feel that hard copy tools are for personal use, and digital is for collaborative use. I love working with others on things. Coggle is a great tool to invite others and make changes. It is also more free-flowing because of the ability to make changes whenever I want. We can build our visions together.
ZEF: I love DreamItAlive.com or Instagram for my digital mind mapping tools. And I think you have to LOVE videos for making your vision board come to life. This is great storytelling!
LIRONE: What about you Mary? How do you use mind mapping in your own business? Is there a specific tool that you would like to review, talk about, or recommend?
MARY: I use mind maps for everything from creating programs, training, blog posting, and project management. I just love them as it allows me to get all my thoughts out in one place - then expand on each of them.
SONDRA: Bookmarking stuff is simple but effective. If you don't save it you forget where it was. Snap a photo. Quotes. Use for background. Keep them in front of you. I used an app that finds random supportive mindfulness-based images to pop up throughout the day on my computer screen or other devices.
LIRONE: Do you get people to use mind maps?
MARY: I introduce them to Trello. In fact I use Screencast to show them how to use it. I use one tool to show them how to use another tool.