The exception proves the rule
All rules have exceptions and this is also the case with this Mind-Mapping rule.
In two situations it’s sensible to depart from this rule:
Personal names: If you want to write the name of a person, organisation or product in your Mind Map, then it’s placed on one branch, even if the name consists of several words, because it’s a single unit.
Quotations: For example, if you read a text and it’s important to transcribe the precise wording of something on your map, then this can be written as a quotation on a single branch. You should mark it as a quotation, for example, by using speech marks.
Using Mind-Mapping software and the text memo or notes function means that whole texts can be embedded within a keyword and recalled at will. This allows you to insert just one keyword but, at the same time, add further information. ...