Do you want to get your ideas onto the page faster? Or do you need to organise your ideas for an article or a book before you write?
A mind map is a diagram of visual information, based on a single concept or idea.
Mind mapping is a proven and practical, creative technique for organising your ideas and research and for coming up with new and better ideas for your articles and books.
Why Use Mind Maps?
The artist and inventor, Leonardo da Vinci, said, “Everything is connected to everything else.”
Drawing a mind map, or mind mapping, is one of the best ways to establish connections between your ideas and then see these connections in one place before you write.
Mind maps will also help you connect unrelated ideas, outline your work, and save time writing.
What’s more, mind maps serve as useful memory aids, and they’re ideal for visual thinkers. Modern science supports mind mapping, too.