The third installment in our 40 years of Mind Mapping celebration is a look at the top 10 most popular Mind Mapping articles here on the blog. Which one is your favourite?
Do you ever find yourself wishing there were more hours in the day? Mind Maps can help you cut out that background noise and are proven to improve productivity by 20% – that means you can gain an extra working day every week! Here are 3 ways to get started in your productivity overhaul using iMindMap…
#2 6 ways Mind Mapping will enhance your blog
If you are a regular blogger, you understand that content can make or break your posts, and that finding inspiration can be a nightmare. Even when you have a thousand ideas, you struggle to visualise how these ideas are related. To overcome these issues, look no further than a Mind Map.
Walking into the office on a Monday, you’re already performing mental gymnastics trying to figure out how you’ll get through your task list for the week. This simple technique can help you streamline your workload and save you heaps of time.
Introducing Tony Buzan’s ‘The Most Important Graph in the World.’ This graph is the bedrock for all global memory systems, a basis for creative thinking, and the theoretical foundation of Mind Mapping.
It was only a month ago, but Tony’s memory tips for remembering passwords in the wake of the ultimate web nightmare has already made the top 10! OK, we know it’s not strictly about Mind Mapping, but it was such a popular post we couldn’t leave it off the list…
We have all sat through presentations that seem to go on forever. The presenter drones on, not looking up from their notes, and the audience inevitably drifts off. Take a look at how Mind Maps can help you create and deliver presentations with confidence and impact.
SWOT analyses are widely used in business to review information before making a decision. Find out how using Mind Mapping to structure your analysis can make it faster, clearer and more thorough in this blog favourite.
#8 How to give a killer presentation with iMindMap 7
Boost the visual punch of your presentation with iMindMap 7’s Presentation Builder.Whether you are talking to 5 people or 5,000, here is a guide that will walk you through how to make the most of the new features to create an easy, stimulating and memorable presentation.
Mind Mapping, the technique invented by Tony Buzan, is proven to boost your productivity, efficiency, creativity, memory and improve your ability to learn information. When creating a Mind Map, there are several elements to consider, including the map’s central image, branches, colours, key words and images.
Mind Mapping is one of the most powerful tools in anyone’s arsenal when it comes to remembering vast quantities of information; it provides the user with their own personal tree of knowledge on a subject of their choice.
To celebrate the past 40 years of Mind Mapping, we are offering an interactive online course How to Mind Map to everyone, for free. Find out more.← Mind Mapping for curriculum planning and beyond Top 10 Tony Buzan Quotes →