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by Ben Evans Unleash Your Learning Potential and Harness Your Brain's Creative Side With Mind Mapping

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From a young age, we are taught to take notes in a very linear fashion in order to facilitate learning and organize our ideas. What we're not told is that this goes against the way our brain naturally works! Our memories are highly associative, and our minds do not function in clean, neat lines. Mind mapping is a technique for learning and memorizing that takes advantage of your brain's creative nature by allowing it to make associations and link words to images. If you've ever considered yourself a visual learner, mind mapping may change your life! This book will explain what mind mapping is, how it works, and will give some guidelines on how to put this technique into action to improve your learning potential, whether it's at work, at home, or at the office.

Here's a Preview of What You Will Learn
* What is mind mapping?
* How does mind mapping differ from conventional learning methods?
* The different theories behind mind mapping
* Apply mind mapping to your academic efforts
* Use mind mapping to easily communicate ideas
* Improve your memory with mind mapping
* Make collaborating on projects easy
* What types of different mind maps are there?
* How to create your own unique mind map


Comments From Other Readers

"I really enjoyed this book. I've been taking notes most of my life, and using mind maps makes studying for my college classes so much easier!" – Thom V. (Ann Arbor, MI, USA)

"I'm a creative person and always considered myself a visual learner, so mind mapping is right up my alley. I'd never heard of it, but after reading this book, I will be introducing this in my office collaborations, and I think it will really help us stay focused and have good communication." – Sandra D. (Winnipeg, Canada)

"Nice book! Clearly lays out what mind mapping is and what the benefits of it can be. I'm looking forward to trying some of their techniques." – Marcus E. (Berlin, Germany)

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