Mind Mapping Your Way to Thought Leadership


A good friend and colleague, Jim Lauria, asked me to share this with you:
Mapping Your Way to Thought Leadership:
Using Information Maps for Writing Articles and Blog Posts –

When: Wednesday, August 10 at 10am Pacific

Whether you’re a business professional writing articles or blog posts about your industry, or a student writing a paper, MindManager information maps help you research, brainstorm and write more efficiently.

Join us for this live 30-minute webinar, where Jim Lauria, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Amiad Filtration Systems, shares the tools he’s used for writing articles that have established Jim and Amiad as thought leaders in the water industry, such as:

  • Information maps that quickly summarize each book and article he reads about water technology – making it easy to access information when he’s writing an editorial or presentation
  • Map templates for each piece he’s working on, allowing him to map out the purpose, general principles, expected outcome, brainstorm and next steps
These tools have not only resulted in over 5 globally recognized cover stories, but have done so with an incredibly fast turnaround time – making Jim the first person that editors call when they need expert content quickly.


To register, click here.


Dave Gardner, Gardner & Associates Consulting

2 Responses to Mind Mapping Your Way to Thought Leadership

  1. Collective consciousness, I’m sure Dave…I’m just putting the finishing touches to a talk outline: eBook Your Way to Thought Leadership :-0 http://www.bookdoula.biz/services.

    I love mind mapping and have used it ever since I interviewed Tony Buzan (who claims to be the creator of this tool) in the UK over a decade ago. I also used it to structure and plan my articles when I was a freelance biz journalist back in the day — but haven’t thought of using it to scope out a book. Great idea!

    Sadly I’m on vacation when this webinar airs, otherwise would have listened in.


  2. Jim Lauria says:

    Hi Liz,
    Good news – the webinar has been recorded and I wil send you the link when it is available.

    Thanks to Dave for the connection and I look forward to reading your talk about eBooks and thought leadership.


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