I love positive feedback. More importantly, I hope that they, along with the several hundred people that participated, found value in what I had to share about how I use Lotus Notes and MindManager as knowledge management tools.
By the time the webinar was over, I had already received 30 new emails from folks thanking me for the webinar, sharing how they use Lotus Notes and MindManager to support their implementation of GTD, and asking for my MindManager map of resources. Since then, another 25 emails have come in - and it's only 4:15 PM!
In a day or two, Mindjet will send me the WebEx recording of the webinar so that I can review it. I'll update my maps and create another map to respond to all of the questions that came in. Then, I'll make these available for download. To that end, if you have a question that you wanted to ask but didn't, feel free to send it to me. Likewise, if you would like to tell me how you are using MindManager and Lotus Notes as your knowledge management tools or if you have some resources/tips to share, write to me by clicking on the "contact" link on the menu bar. For those that e-mail me, I will send the maps and links to resources.
I've delivered many speeches and public seminars in to audiences as small as a dozen and as large as a few thousand. This this was my first webinar. I did not realize how much I enjoy presenting in front of an audience. It was very different to present to an audience I could not see. I did find it helpful to have a second computer logged in so that I could see what the audience saw. It took a while to get used to presenting in this format. I hope I did OK.
Looking over my notes, I see that there were whole sections that I did not even cover - including how I use MindManager maps when teaching my children and how I capture thoughts and actions into Lotus Notes. I'll update these in the final maps. Meanwhile, if there's something you really wanted to see, let me know. Perhaps I can create a small video clip to share.
If you participated in the webinar, I would appreciate your constructive comments on how I can improve the web delivery experience. Apparently, there's considerable interest in having me do a follow on session or two and I want to see what I can do to improve the presentation. Thanks in advance.