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.MINDMAPPING 101

Mindmapping Most people are quite familiar with road maps, especially if they do any sort of traveling that entails driving in unfamiliar territory. These maps help them to know which direction to take in order to end up at a certain location. You could consider a road map as a sort of instruction manual for […]

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Mind Mapping Step by Step – A Users Guide

How Does One Use a Mind Map? TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS Buzan’s Mind Maps have seven key features, namely, Organization, keywords, Association, Clustering, Visual Memory, Outstandingness, and Conscious Involvement. Here are some guidelines to creating your own personal Mind Map. First, draw an image of your central key idea in the middle of a blank piece […]

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Mind Map Tips And Ideas

How Does One Use a Mind Map? TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS Buzan’s Mind Maps have seven key features, namely, Organization, keywords, Association, Clustering, Visual Memory, Outstandingness, and Conscious Involvement. Here are some guidelines to creating your own personal Mind Map. First, draw an image of your central key idea in the middle of a blank piece […]

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Method For Using Mind Mapping to Estimate Project Time

Whether you are a student tasked with allocating time for a research paper, or an employee who has been delegated the job of estimating the schedule for a project, you can definitely benefit from the mind mapping technique when trying to estimate project time. How? Well, what is common between the two scenarios is that […]

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The Importance of Listening When Creating Mind Maps

The Importance of Listening Bad listening habits are observed by people around us on a daily basis – and even we may be guilty of practicing them as well. When we listen to a speaker, do we often reject the subject out of hand as being “not interesting enough?” Or do we pass judgement on […]

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Mind Mapping And the Brain

We live in the information age, which means that our problem is less one of obtaining information and more one of retaining and organizing all the quantities of information that we are required to ingest both during our studies and afterwards to keep up with rapid changes in many fields and a continual influx of […]

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More Mind Mapping Applications You Might Not Think Of

      Mind Maps For Making Plans The mind map is not a plan but you can create a plan using a mind map. When you are developing a plan, make sure to group certain ‘tree branches’ together (it helps to number these too.) This guarantees that the steps of your plan are interrelated. […]

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