Do your memories often consist of a picture in your mind? Where were you? Who else was there? What did the scene look like?
Maybe you can even feel the warmth or coolness of the air around you. Maybe you remember how you reacted.
If you are a visual thinker it would be natural to use drawings or mind maps to visualize a topic, a plan, or a presentation. If you don’t think you are a natural visual thinker, it is worth learning to use drawings , diagrams, stick figures, and mind maps to visualize and to help your brain.
Mind Maps are easy to draw and use to organize a topic. You can learn more about them from my Ted talk (https://youtu.be/5nTuScU70As). You can also suggest how I can help you with this topic by commenting or sending me your questions.
Why take a Mind Mapping course?
There are so many good things that happen when you learn to use mind mapping that I had to make you a mind map to show them all…and there are even more than the ones that I listed.
I’d like to hear the reasons it would be helpful to you. Would you like to learn to pay attention and take notes better when listening to someone speak, or when you are reading a book or article? Would you like it to be easier to review notes you made instead of laboriously rereading all of the sentences? Would you like to be able to have collaborative meetings with others over Zoom or another online shared meeting? An that could be just the beginning of the advantages of learning to mind map.
What would be your reasons or interests in mind mapping? Let me know.