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You can subscribe to the Mind Map Inspiration Blog to receive new Mind Maps at http://www.mindmapinspiration.com/ and follow me on Twitter @mindmapdrawer http://twitter.com/mindmapdrawer …

You can subscribe to the Mind Map Inspiration Blog to receive new Mind Maps at http://www.mindmapinspiration.com/ and follow me on Twitter @mindmapdrawer http://twitter.com/mindmapdrawer

Also available: E-Books designed to help you create stylish and artistic mind maps of your own - visit the Mind Map Inspiration Website for more details: http://www.mindmapinspiration.co.uk/


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  • 1. Compelled to do Have you ever stopped to question the why behind the why? The reasons we do or don’t, must or mustn’t, should or shouldn’t, could or couldn’t? So often we muddle along in life doing things – one thing after another – a series of things; little things, big things, a lifetime of things. Things in the past, things now and things in the future. What makes us “do”? Why are we compelled to do? Online – some links you click on, others you don’t. Offline – some things you do and other things you don’t. So often we drift along feeling compelled to do yet very often we don’t stop and ponder why we are doing them. What drives us? Why are we triggered to act? We perceive a benefit, whether real or imagined. We seek answers and act because we feel our questions will be answered. We seek and are therefore compelled to do in order to satisfy the seeking. The benefit may not be for us; we might be sharing with or helping others, we might be compelled to do because we are interested, intrigued, motivated or inspired. We might be curious, looking to learn something new or explore something different. Sometimes we are lead by intuition http://www.mindmapinspiration.com/intuition-mind- map-paul-foreman/ other times we have a positive gut feeling http://www.mindmapinspiration.com/positive-gut- feeling/. A few possibilities for the why behind the why: If it makes sense I feel compelled to do. If it is in line with my values I feel compelled to do. If it feels right I feel compelled to do. If I have an inner must or mustn’t I feel compelled to do. If I feel there is a real (or sometimes imagined) benefit I feel compelled to do. If I feel a solution will arise I feel compelled to do. If I feel I get value I feel compelled to do. If I feel I can give value I feel compelled to do. If I have an emotional reason I feel compelled to do. If I have a thought (justify to myself or others) I feel compelled to do. If I wish to have a discussion I feel compelled to do. If I wish to share I feel compelled to do. If I feel inspired I feel compelled to do.
  • 2. If I feel motivated I feel compelled to do. If I sense clarity will arise I feel compelled to do. If I see 100% transparency and honesty I feel compelled to do. If I see simplicity I feel compelled to do. If I feel I wish to learn something I feel compelled to do. If I am interested in something new I feel compelled to do. If I am curious I feel compelled to do. If I am intrigued I feel compelled to do. If I am interested I feel compelled to do. If I feel the outcome is likely to be interesting and relevant I feel compelled to do. If I have a reason I feel compelled to do. These are just a few occasions where we might feel compelled to do. When you “do” next time, take a step back and contemplate why. Try a step further back and explore the why behind the why. Why am I compelled to do? Why am I thinking this? Why am I doing this? Why am I saying this? Why am I compelled to do? The answers are interesting whether from the perspective of a buyer or seller, whether in business life or personal life. Why am I compelled to do? The why behind the why.
  • 3. To see more Mind Maps by Paul Foreman visit the Mind Map Inspiration Website www.mindmapinspiration.co.uk and Subscribe to the Mind Map Inspiration Blog to receive new Mind Maps, plus creativity and drawing tips. Blog at www.mindmapinspiration.com Mindmaps ® were invented by Tony Buzan They help us progress from "linear" (one-dimensional) through "lateral" (two-dimensional) to "radiant" (multi-dimensional) thinking. For more information see his books and visit the following website: http://www.thinkbuzan.com/uk/a_id/4b6af8ce8268d (Affiliate link)
  • 4. E-Books available from http://www.mindmapinspiration.co.uk including: In this E-Book I share how I create ideas and help guide you towards the land of infinite possibilities. Never be stuck for an idea again! Contents Why simple is often best Fresh ideas Use thinking – don’t let it use you Lifespan of an idea Simplicity of an idea Everything stems from a thought Planning ahead and the bigger picture Sparking ideas Random thinking styles Creativity Toolkit Outside the box outside the box Ideas don’t dry up – thoughts do Constant Daily Learner Land of infinite possibilities Includes the following Mind Maps: 5W1H Idea Creation Topical Ephemeral or Practical Immortal Theory of the Brain Idea Planning Ahead and the Bigger Picture Sparking Ideas What is Original? Thinking Styles Thinking styles template Creativity Toolkit Mind Map Planetary Thinking 360° Thinking Creative Focus Odd Combinations Thinking outside the Box Thinking outside the Box Checklist Curious Brain Constant Daily Learner
  • 5. Beginners guide Colour wheel and use of colours Suggested Equipment Drawing Fish Drawing Cats Drawing Books Using Stencils & Templates Drawing Hats Mind Map Templates Drawing Curves & Shapes Detailed breakdown of “Fantasy Mind Map” Enhancing Creativity through Thought Reduction Drawing Speed Tests Drawing Faces Lettering Photo to Cartoon transfer Drawing Tips and Tricks Doodleboards Mind Maps Learn how to take your drawing to the next level in my second E-Book and discover the secrets of "How I drew my minds" Including: The thoughts behind the maps Mind Map structure What products I use Tips and tricks for drawing Colour placement Image placement Detailed image analysis Illustration walkthrough step by step Fast sketching Idea generation From a simple line and curve to an image Overlap and 3D Plus a few surprises!
  • 6. “Happiness Beyond Thought” 85 Page illustrated E-Book - Including Mind Maps £5.99 Discover true happiness and inner peace Learn how to stop incessant thinking and take control of your thoughts Learn how to meditate, relax your mind and body and foster inner calm How to stay in the present moment How to let go, find simplicity and transform your life for good Simple tips and strategies for a harmonious and stress-free life Includes: Happiness is your primary state Stop Thinking Happiness is inside you Go Within Meditation Organisation – Inner & Outer Coming back to now (Present Moment Awareness) Includes the following Mind Maps: Happiness is your primary state Stop Thinking Tips Happiness is inside you Go Within Meditation Organisation Present Moment Awareness Positive Acronym Your Name Letting Go Plus a Bonus Mind Map
  • 7. “Mind Map Game Boards” 46 Page E-Book Plus 8 Large JPEG Image Set £5.99 Choice Maker Game Board Use the Choice Maker Game Board as a Random Choice Selector for idea generation, fun and more Choice Maker Blank Version The Blank version allows you to create unique Choice Maker Game Boards of your own Boredom Buster Game Board Select random hobbies, ideas, pastimes and interests; for occasional daytrips, days out, or lifetime pursuits Chore Choice Game Board Add a fun element to sharing out or selecting chores using the Chore Choice Game Board Positive Thinking Game Board Enhance your mood and create a positive thinking environment with the Positive Thinking Game Board Theme Maker Game Board Create ideas and storylines from the images within the Theme Maker Game Board “My Favourite” Mind Map Outline your personal favourites for a snap shot of your unique personality Bonus Mind Maps Two Bonus Mind Maps Mind Map Game Board Image Set (8 Individual Large Size JPEG Images) You can print the images out in whichever size you wish and even laminate them for longevity