Goalscape or mindmapping
which is better?
Also, I heard the author of goalscape, also made mindmapping (I could be wrong)
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 30 Jan, 2016 06:45 PM
Goalscaping is best, of course! Mindmapping is great for jotting down ideas and connections; you can also do that in Goalscape though – and it has the following advantages:
Here is Goalscape inventor Marcus Baur's article on the subject: https://www.goalscape.com/blog/goalscaping-better-mindmapping/. Marcus also talks about how he came up with the Goalscape format in this short video about Using Goalscape for Presentations: https://www.goalscape.com/blog/using-goalscape-presentations-meetin....
if you have not yet tried Goalscape you can register for the Free account here and download the standalone Desktop application here.
Enjoy the journey!
2 Posted by link_122 on 30 Jan, 2016 08:47 PM
There are some articles out there that suggests mindmapping improves memory. Does the same apply to goalscape?
Support Staff 3 Posted by Richard Parslow on 31 Jan, 2016 06:47 PM
Interesting question! Sorry for the delay in responding: for some reason your message here went into our spam filter and was only discovered during a periodic sweep. (You can prevent this happening in future by creating a Profile on this forum by clicking the link at the top of any page of this forum.)
There is certainly evidence that people tend to respond better to visual cues than text lists. Our customers tell us that Goalscape's visual format is particularly engaging and memorable: the additional structure helps to 'cement' the image and, crucially, the meaning behind it. Check out some of the feedback here.
If you have not yet tried Goalscape for yourself you can register for the Free online account here and download the standalone Desktop application here.
Enjoy the journey!