Map your mind

Entrepreneurs and executives are using Mindjet's MindManager to graph their brainstorms. Below, three mind-mappers' thoughts rendered visually.

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In March, Arctic explorer Jim McNeill led a team of 50 novices to the part of the North Pole furthest from land - the so-called North Pole of Inaccessibility. McNeill took with him military-grade laptops designed for sub-zero temperatures, and mind maps such as this one to help him plan for every eventuality.
Source: Images courtesy of MindJet.
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