Traditional Mind Mapping in Practice
In this part . . .
I focus on the traditional ways of drawing Mind Maps with pen and paper. In many instances you don’t prepare Mind Maps on a computer but draw them by hand in tried and tested fashion. This can even be an advantage. In this part you learn about and practise some classical ways of using Mind Maps.
You discover how you can use Mind Maps to prepare and structure lectures, talks and presentations. Then I explain how Mind Maps can help you take notes from textbooks. Next you switch from written to verbal information, and finally you practise taking notes in talks and meetings.