A few months ago, I started working with Adam Sicinski’s amazing mind map diagram called the “MasterMind Matrix.” I’d like to tell you a little about it, since I think it is a very interesting and useful self-coaching tool.
At first glance, I felt that Adam’s work was impressive – this is one of the largest and most comprehensive mindmaps I have ever seen. You see, Adam is a Life Coach, but is also a guru/student of self development. He set out to find a way to allow himself and others to answer questions like:
• How do my emotions interact with my beliefs, values and other building blocks of my personality?
• What influence do other people have over the development of my personality?
• How does my Brain interpret what I do? And how does it consequently influence my future decisions & actions?
• How do each one of my choices and decisions influence all other aspects of my personality and life?
• How do I know if I am on track moving towards fulfillment, or off-track moving towards disappointment?
The result is a terrific tool that helps you drill down on various challenges and strengths so you can improve your performance and break through bottlenecks by better understanding how your strengths, blind spots, and emotional tendencies interact. It’s tough to describe without experiencing it yourself, but I found the process to be very intriguing and invigorating.
You can get a PDF version of the file (that’s what I’m using), or you can order a wall poster. I am thinking about going for the wall poster, since I can’t interact with the PDF as easily on the screen (though I’m glad I have the PDF for use on the road).
If you want a taste of what this tool is like, you can download the accompanying MasterMind Matrix mind map for free. This is kind of like an index that can guide you to the right places on the bigger map.
I recommend you read Adam’s “Journey through the MasterMind Matrix” for his perpective on this tool.