A mind map portrays the various ideas, thoughts and information you can have and organises them in a two-dimensional structure, thus representing them in a more graphical way than notes or texts, using images, colour, words and connected relationships.
Its conception is similar to the way your brain creates ideas, which means that your mind is involved to a higher extent.
Mind mapping enhances information structuration, comprehension, and creation. Like most great ideas, its strength lies in its simplicity. And above all, it is fun!
How to do a mind map
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