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Using Mind Maps To Share Ideas in PowerPoint Presentations


Making mind maps for jolting down your ideas to scribble a blueprint for a venture is one of the most effective techniques for conducting brainstorming sessions, gathering your thoughts, and bringing out your creative side.

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Stop Annoying Your Co-workers with these Common Responses

SpeakerSue Says...

“Got it”. Noted”. You’ve been there before. You crafted a thoughtful message explaining or asking, and your colleague/boss responds to your efforts with “Got it”. Unbelievable that you took time to present details and content to ensure s/he understood the full picture, had the facts and heard the evidence. And all they can manage to respond is “Noted”. Here is the thing: The person who responded that way likely thought s/he was doing you a favor because they took the time (nanosecond!)