Jamie Nast is coming to the UK!


 Jamie Nast (author of Idea Mapping) will be delivering a 2-day workshop on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th October 2008 in Poole. 


Idea Mapping – A Learning Workshop

“Being adaptable in a flat world, knowing how to “learn how to learn,” will be one of the most important assets any worker can have…”

Thomas Friedman — Author of The World is Flat, page 239

Creating idea maps is one of the central components of this workshop. This tool is based on Jamie Nast’s book titled Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power, Learn Faster, Remember More, and Achieve Success in Business (John Wiley & Sons 2006). Other topics covered include creativity, memory, and a model for learning. This learning model is then applied to learning all of the other skills offered in this course. You will also be introduced to Mindjet’s MindManager software.

OBJECTIVESAt the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

  1. Create idea maps
  2. Think more clearly, creatively and efficiently
  3. Apply learning process theory to overcome mental blocks that  inhibit learning, and apply this model to learning several new skills
  4. Identify and implement personal and business applications of idea mapping and other skills learned during this workshop


WORKSHOP FEE–  USD $ 695 (exc. accommodation) which at today’s exchange rates is a real bargain of approximately GBP £350.

Register via Jamie’s own website:-


I have already registered and am really looking forward to the experience and to meeting Jamie face-to-face.

See you there?  Please let me know if you register as it would be great to see some familiar faces benefitting from Jamie’s knowledge.

If you want to know more about Jamie Nast, see my other postings about her – click on the Category “Jamie Nast”. 

In Sept 2007 I wrote:

Prior to reading the book I had realised just how powerful it will be to be able to LINK a MindMap (created in MindManager) to a TASK (created in Microsoft Outlook) or how powerful it would be to create a MindMap and then SEND it to Microsoft Word for it to create a document.  The possibilities are endless.  However, most of my MindMaps were, frankly, boring!  They were maps created by a linear, logical brain – I was creating LISTS but in a map kind of shape.  Then I saw a webinar by Jamie and have subsequently read the book and now my maps are full of imagery and icons and they have, quite simply, come alive.
For my review of her book “Idea Mapping” click here




2 Responses to Jamie Nast is coming to the UK!

  1. […] to make the connection.  For that, I will always be grateful to Jamie Nast, author of Idea Mapping who will be visiting the UK on 6th & 7th October.  It was Jamie who helped me realise that colour and images help the brain to think better, […]

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