What do I do daily with the mind map? - Deepstash
What do I do daily with the mind map?

What do I do daily with the mind map?

I split it into four main categories.

  1. Preparation: Here, mapping helps me to prepare and remain focused on the main message without giving an impression of reading something.
  2. Analyzing: To develop, rearrange and imagine the many potential options.
  3. Brainstorming: When you open a map on a complex topic for a group, everyone can state and visualize his or her perspective.
  4. Transforming information in knowledge: For summarizing a meeting, book or whatever I want to retain, a map is a magical concept.

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How I use mindmaps

1. Open a standard map: with the main topic at the centre.

2. Jot down all my ideas: without structure, in brainstorming mode.

3. Review my big mess: It supports me to eliminate what is not interesting, associate what is identical. etc

4. Review my clean new frame: I’ll review, connect it to images, leading words, and reduce it to the minimum needed.

5. Rehearse it, produce it… lose time, save time: I’ll work on producing (writing a document) or rehearsing (speech).

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Tony Buzan -Inventor of Mindmapping

Normal linear note-taking and writing will put you into a semi-hypnotic trance, while mind mapping will greatly enhance your left and right brain cognitive skills.”

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Habits Of Mind

We use the term “Habits of Mind” to mean having a disposition toward behaving intelligently when confronted with problems to which we do not immediately know the answers.

These Habits of Mind may serve as mental disciplines. When confronted with problematic situations, students, parents, and teachers might habitually employ one or more of these Habits of Mind by asking themselves, “What is the most intelligent thing I can do right now?”

  • How can I learn from this?
  • What are my resources?
  • How can I approach this problem flexibly?
  • How can I draw upon my repertoire of problem-solving strategies?

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The “habits of mind” – the routines of the affective system – enable us to associate those emotions (and feelings that follow them) with the corresponding experiences.

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The Better Mind Map

Combining the Mind Map Technique with the Creativity Triggers Technique.

The novelty of The Better Mind Map is in the custom triggers tailored to a specific challenge. It is a template that provides structure for your early thinking  and customizable to suit your purposes.

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