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XMind Pro License (With Bonuses) – $99
- Bonus #1: Visual Productivity eBook
- Bonus #2: Visual Productivity Video Tutorials
- Bonus #3: XMind Workbook with Templates
****PLEASE READ BEFORE ORDERING****
You will have immediate access to the bonuses, but please give me up to 2 days to get the XMind License to you. I usually get them out a lot faster, but I want to properly manage your expectations. The license key numbers are based on your email address, so I need to request one just for you. I can’t keep them on hand. If this doesn’t work for you, then DON’T buy from me. It’s better if you go to the XMind site and get it there.
We’ve been doing this for a few years now. It’s not perfect, but it works.
Here’s what happens. I put through all orders MANUALLY, so it takes time for me to send the request and get the key from XMind partly due to time differences (I live in Western Canada and XMind is based out of Hong Kong), weekends, holidays, and who knows what else. Please be patient while I fulfill your order. I will get it to you as quickly as possible.
If you’re OK with waiting a bit for the key, then please go ahead and buy.
Visual Productivity Quickstart Package – $47
This package includes:
- Visual Productivity eBook
- Tutorial Videos
- XMind Workbook that includes templates from the book and videos
I thought it would be helpful to you if I created a page with resources that I’ve used to boost my productivity and achievement. As I come across new products, I’ll update the list.
Mind Mapping and Idea Storage
xMind: My favourite mind mapping software right now. I’ll be doing a tutorial on this soon, but this free software is easy to use, has great functionality, and looks completely professional. The free version is awesome, but the pro version puts this software on steroids. It lets you prioritize your tasks and displays your workflow in a Gantt chart for total power over your projects. The only thing I wish it had was a smart phone app.
If you decide to buy one of the paid versions of XMind through my website, I’ll throw in 3 pretty sweet bonuses. Check out the offer page for more details.
yWriter: One of the best FREE resource on the web. Designed to be novel writing software, but it’s perfect for organizing all of your personal and professional information. Here’s a screencast I did on how to use it. (If you like using yWriter, I’d suggest making a donation to the programmer or buy one of his books.)