We’ve always loved Mind Maps! It’s totally amazing how they allow us to recap a whole lot of information and knowledge all in one place. Honestly, if you wrote out all the information contained in just one mind map, like the ones to the left, it would be like writing a small novel.
We purchased the Lifetime Membership a while back and yet he still keeps adding more and more maps almost monthly. We’re guessing it helps him get his ideas out of his head… and keep his clients up to date. So how do we manage and keep track of these 150+ maps, so that when we need them we can find them quickly?
We could tell you, but that wouldn’t do it justice. So we’ll show you what we do to manage the 25+ Visual Maps from IQMatrix that Adam is currently giving away (for free!), and how we connect these maps to the blog posts that have been created for them. It’s all very COOL!!!
Downloading IQMatrix Free Visual Maps with “TheBrain”
So here they are (drum roll please)…
The steps to download the IQMatrix Free Visual Maps within “The Brain”:
Step #1 – Download the PersonalBrain desktop software and install it. Don’t worry, it runs on Windows, Mac and Linux.
That gives you 30 days of access to all the features of the software. But don’t fret… after the 30 days the IQMatrix Visual Maps will still work.
Step #2 – Download the BrianZip of the IQ Matrix Free Visual Maps that we created.
=> Download the IQMatrix Free Visual Maps BrainZip
Once that is downloaded, all you need to do is double click on the BrainZip and TheBrain will unpack and install the IQMatrix Visual Maps on your local machine. It’s as simple as that!
And trust us, once you start using ‘The Brain’ you might just happen to fall in love with it 🙂
We have also posted a web version (called WebBrain) of the IQMatrix Visual Maps.
To access that version ==> Go Here!
Before you go there… we’d just like to point out that WebBrain is still under development and doesn’t work as well as it does when running on your local machine. Basically, it’s slower and doesn’t have as many features as the computer-based version… but it does work!
We would love to hear your feedback and comments below (really, we would!)… Thanks!