Use Your Brain!
You can read all of this or just take my word for it. This is an excellent tool for organizing and improving your work life.Try a FREE Demo
PersonalBrain™ software has greatly expanded my ability to organize my thoughts. I’d go as far to say that it allows me to make better use of my brain!
This is a great tool for brainstorming with a group or getting your own thoughts out of your head and onto a model that you can actually use to improve thinking. Yes, improve your thinking.
I use this software every day and it’s made a huge difference in my productivity. It helps me focus when I have a lot to do and it helps me generate business when I don’t have enough to do!
It can operate as a simple way of organizing files or it can be a complete tool used for idea generation and project management.
Okay, yes, it’s a great productivity tool. Yada, yada. Look, it’s a blast to play with. Actual FUN. If you’re already the most productive person in business, why not have some fun with your brain power?
Do you use a white board to do your thinking? I suppose you could take a picture of the white board and save it for future reference. Why not use something you can save and use later? You can change, add, link and detail items on the tree if you try this program.
You can set reminders too.
What’s really cool is that you can all the power or just a little. There’s no need to learn all the things the program can do in order to accomplish a simple task. It won’t take hours of set up to start using. You won’t need to read a manual to get something out of it—in fact, if you try the program and need a little help, call me. I’ll get you started.
It’s also a presentation tool that gets attention. Instead of slides, when you hit your audience with this, immediately they are engaged and asking “what tool is this? I love it!”
Try the demo. If you decide you’re only going to use a few features, you can use it for free, forever. If you buy it, it will pay you back in productivity within a week. Easily. Chris Reich, CEO, TeachU™