How to Mindmap

Find out how to Mind Map and why it is so effective from the inventor of the process, Tony Buzan.

Mindmapping techniques are used for all sorts of purposes, think of it as visual brainstorming … out of the brain.

Learn to capture information and ideas with the technique that is helping many people worldwide to be more organised, productive and creative.

Mind Mapping is a method of capturing information created by international speaker and bestselling author, Tony Buzan. It is proven to boost your productivity, creativity and memory.

This versatile technique is already used by people worldwide for a variety of tasks including brainstorming, identifying new opportunities, organising, managing projects, teaching, studying, communicating information and much more…

Tony Buzan talks about how to mindmap in this short video.

 

What is a Mind Map?

A Mind Map is a visual thinking tool that can be applied to all cognitive functions, especially memory, learning, creativity and analysis.

Mind Mapping is a process that involves a distinct combination of imagery, colour and visual-spatial arrangement. The technique maps out your thoughts using keywords that trigger associations in the brain to spark further ideas.

Mind Maps can be drawn by hand or using software such as iMindMap, FreeMind, Mindjet, Coggle and Scapple etc.

When creating a Mind Map, there are several elements to consider including the map’s central image, branches, colours, keywords and images.

Do you want to prioritizeknow where you are, where you’ve been and where you are heading, as Stephen Covey would advise you?

Have you tried Mindmapping to keep track of all the things that are needed for that?

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