I was amused by this on the AccountingWEB home page today (which means it won't stay there for long):
I often marvel at the amount of work Richard Murphy gets through. When he's not blogging or campaigning as part of his Tax Research work, it seems he's jetting off to conferences with the UN or advising senior civil servants.
Whisper it quietly, but I think he even advises a few personal and business clients. After a passing comment a month or two back, I asked him to write an article about how he uses Mind Maps - could these strange graphical devices hold the secret to his hyperactivity? To find out more, read use Mind Maps to organise your thoughts, and life.
Technology Editor, AccountingWEB
I wrote the article for good reason: Mind Maps are phenomenally useful.
I wholeheartedly recommend them to all busy people.