How do I create a mindmap?
By following some very simple yet brain friendly rules, you will quickly be able to create a mindmap. Each of the rules of mindmapping have been developed based on a brain friendly reason, matching the skills associated with both your left and right brain in a synergistic way. Mindmaps use your whole brain and that makes a whole lot of sense!
How can I use a mindmap?
Mindmaps have extensive applications for both individuals and groups whether at home or at work:
- Note-taking from: books, reports, speeches, lectures, meetings.
- Note-making for thought organisation: speeches, reports, letters, to-do lists.
- Decision making.
- Brainstorming ideas and concepts including exploring career possibilities.
- Planning, prioritising, preparing, delegating, following up.
- Problem-solving and analysis.
- Increasing creative thinking, generating new ideas.
- Meetings: agendas, recording of minutes.
- Improving memory.
- Managing: knowledge, information, time, projects.
- Learning: studying, concentration, remembering and recalling facts.
View Marion Langford’s Gallery for examples.
How can I find out more about mindmaps?
Contact Marion at Creative Concepts and Coaching.
“Everything should be as simple as it is, but not simpler” – Albert Einstein