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Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0 [Kindle Edition]

Michael Taylor
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The number one selling Mind Map book on the Kindle is on its 3rd version. Version 3.0 is the ultimate resource on the topic of mind maps with more innovative uses, examples, and illustrations than any other book.

Also includes links to numerous free mind mapping software - no need to buy, subscribe, or submit proof of purchase. Plus a bonus section that will triple your current reading speed and comprehension in a matter of minutes.

Mind Mapping is a note taking system which allows you to take better, faster, and more efficient notes. In conventional note-taking, you write down information line by line. With Mind Maps, you organize the information more in the form of a diagram, starting with a central key idea drawn in the center of the paper.

In addition to enhancing your note taking skills, Mind Maps help you improve your studying, writing, presenting, brainstorming, and creative skills. It is one of the best note taking skills anyone can learn.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Format:Kindle Edition
Fantastic read, so glad to have come across this book. It explains how to apply a system of note taking called mind maps. I had never heard of it before so I was a bit hesitant, thinking it would be very complicated or require a lot of effort. Although it takes some practice, it’s surprisingly easy and simple to learn.

Even though the tool is quite easy, there is a lot one can do and accomplish with it. Just about any activity can be improved or made easier with mind maps. First and foremost, it’s great for learning, helping users to better absorb and digest material. It works really well when trying to organize your thinking such as in writing, planning, or research. The most beneficial aspect of mind maps is in managing complex tasks like project management or learning a foreign language.

I found this book to be both a concise and comprehensive description of mind mapping. The reading is very comfortable, with plenty of real world examples. In fact, every use the author suggests is followed with an illustrative example, making learning the system natural and fluid. There is never any confusion or doubt about what to do or how. You can tell the author has done his homework on the subject.

I strongly recommend to anyone to complement their daily life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up Aug. 25 2013
By Harry F
Format:Kindle Edition
This book is about a technique called mind maps. Mind maps are a visual note taking tool that allows you to better organize your thoughts and ideas. They simplify complicated information by breaking it down into a diagram. This way, the information is delivered in a quick glance ‘map’ rather than long laborious lists which are hard to digest.

This was a great book on the topic of mind maps. It shows you what a mind map is, how to create one, and takes you through the step by step process of applying it in different areas of your life. As a student and writer, it has helped me clarify my thoughts making it easier to learn and remember new information.

A well written guide that can really improve your life.
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5.0 out of 5 stars one of the best books of 2014 April 4 2014
By S. Fran
Format:Kindle Edition
I love mind maps, I use them for just about all my tasks and I've read many Mind Map books over the years. I recently came across this one and I loved it, its my favorite one I've read so far. It has a great introduction that explains the benefits of mind mapping and walks you through the simple steps of putting one together for yourself. It talks about all different things you can add and variations you can make to enhance organization of the information. It also discusses all the different areas mind maps can be used, some I've never heard before, but I'm finding incredibly useful. The thing I like the most is that the instructions are easy to follow with many real word uses and examples. If you've never heard of mind maps or have been curious about them, I suggest giving this book a try.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Useful Sept. 21 2013
By Cecilia
Format:Kindle Edition
Useful book about mind maps. The discussion on taking notes of lectures was handy. It talked about paying attention to the points the speaker is making and noting information within those points. He gives several suggestions for how to recognize the major topics and changes in those topics. This is more effective than what I am used to doing, which was pretty much writing down everything I could as quickly as possible. At the end all I would have is a list of facts and data, but not how they related to each other or the bigger picture, which made it all the more difficult to understand and remember. Mind map way works better in my opinion. Even if you don't use mind maps for lectures, some of the guidance in here about the proper way to listen to a speaker can be useful.
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