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  1. 1. By - Mahesh Sherkhane
  2. 2. M e mo r yCo n c e n t r a t i o nPl a nni ngT i me M a n a g e me n tEf f e c t i v eC o mmu n i c a t i o nEnt r e pr e ne ur s hi pM a n a g e me n tPubl i c Spe a k i ng
  3. 3. A n i d e a o rl e a r ns o me t h i n g n e wt h e s e br a i nc e l l si n t e r l i nkp a s s i n g t h ei n f o r ma t i o nd o wn t h eb r a n c h o f o n e C r e a t e “m e m o r y t r ac e l l a c r o s sa n d o v e r t oa n o t h e r , l i k es o :
  4. 4. LEFT Mr. Brain RIGHTDominance Dominance
  5. 5. A Mi n d Ma p i s a w a y o for ga ni z i ng a s e t of i de a s us i ng Ra d i a n t T h i n k i n g .(A c e n t r a l i d e a b r a n c h e s o f f i n ma n y d i f f e r e n t d i r e c t i o n s . T h eb r a n c h e s t h e ms e l v e s b r a n c h o f f
  6. 6. When can I use them? Used to take notes, develop a concept, or develop an overview of an activity Tool for brainstorming because it allows you to capture information as it is generated without trying to force it into categories or hierarchies. Creates a picture of the relationships among ideas
  7. 7. • Us u a l l y mo r e f u n a nd i n t e r e s t i ng t o c r e a t e t ha n t he s t a nda r d c ha r t or s e t of not e s• Vi s ua l qua l i t y o f t h e mi n d ma p s a l l o ws y o u t o ma k e k e y p o i nt s t o s t a nd ou t• Mi n d ma p s
  8. 8. Start from the center of the page andwork out.Make the center a strong visual imagethat depicts the map’s general theme.Create sub-center for sub-themes.Use key words, or wherever possibleimages.Put key words on lines to reinforcestructure of ideas.Use colour to depict themes and
  9. 9. Anything that stands out on the page will standout in your mind.Use arrows, icons or other visual aids to showlinks between different elements.Dont get stuck in one area. If you dry up inone area go to another branch.Put ideas down as they occur, wherever theyfit. Dont judge or hold back.Break boundaries.Be creative. Creativity aids memory.When you’re finished, the mind map should
  10. 10. Step 1: Start at the center of the pageStep 2: Don’t be serious!Step 3: Free associateStep 4: Think as fast as you canStep 5: There are no boundariesStep 6: Don’t judge to fastStep 7: Go, go, go....Step 8: Add relationships and connections
  11. 11. • Start in the center with an image of the topic, using at least 3 colours.• Use images, symbols, codes and dimensions throughout your Mind Map.• Select key words and print using upper or lower case letters.• The lines must be connected, starting from the central image. The central lines are thicker, organic and flowing, becoming thinner as they radiate out
  12. 12. Make the lines the same length as theword image.Use colours – your own code throughoutthe Mind Map.Develop your own personal style of MindMapping.Use emphasis and show associations inyour Mind Map.Keep the Mind Map clear by usingRadiant hierarchy, numerical order oroutlines to embrace your branches.