In this episode we’ll talk about the Visual Productivity Challenge. It’s an opportunity for you to try out some visual mapping strategies, and decide for yourself whether it’s right for you or not.
The purpose of the challenge is for you to make “something” new using visual maps as your tool. I want you to personally see how much easier it is to take a visual approach to creation compared to how you’ve been taught in school.
That “something” you make could be almost anything, including:
- Speech (Ted talk or Toastmasters speech)
- New product
- New Standard Operating Procedure
- Study resource for school
I bet you already have a great idea in mind already. Now all you need to do is follow along with the challenges and see the results yourself.
The Challenge will take place over 4 weeks and everyone who takes part will win something.
I also have some juicy prizes for one lucky grand prize participant.
The challenge is easy enough that anyone can enter. All you need is a Google account (for YouTube and Google+).
In this episode you’ll learn:
- The biggest complaint from people who have purchased Visual Productivity (and how I’m solving it)
- How you can take part in the Visual Productivity Challenge and win some great prizes
- What you’ll get, just for participating in all 4 challenges
- What you have to do for Challenge #1 (It’s really easy)
Other items mentioned in the podcast:
- You’re Making Me on YouTube – You can check out the videos, or subscribe to the channel to have new videos added to your feed.
- My YouTube Income Submissions [YouTube] – Here’s a playlist that has all of my YouTube Income Challenge Submissions.
Take part in the Visual Productivity Challenge!
Whether you’re new to visual mapping, or if you’ve been using maps for a while, it would be great to have you participate in the challenge.
There’s an opportunity to win some great prizes, but the obvious benefit to you will be the chance to have a finished (or nearly finished) book, product, speech, project, or whatever it is that you choose to work on.
I know that it might seem strange to use visual strategies, because they’re a different approach to what you’re used to, and that’s why it’s important that you try them out. There’s a short learning curve where it may seem slightly harder for you, but after 4 short weeks, I’m positive you’ll see the difference for yourself.
Leave a comment and tell me about your experience.
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This podcast episode was originally published on YoureMakingMe.com.