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Mind Mapping For Dummies by Tony Buzan, Florian Rustler

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Step 1: Formulating an issue

Figure 16-4 shows a specially formulated issue in the centre of a Mind Map. Imagine that you’re a bicycle designer and are looking for ways to improve a bike. The Extras symbols bar contains the option Start Brainstorming. Click on this and an input screen containing three steps appears:

1. Stage 1: Enter all ideas.

2. Stage 2: Initiate group prioritisation.

3. Stage 3: Arrange ideas on group branches.

I won’t stick to these three steps here but suggest another procedure.

Figure 16-4: Step 1 – formulating an issue.

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