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The Mind Map Book is a classic bestseller written by Tony Buzan – inventor of Mind Map, founder of World Memory Championships, originator of World Speed Reading Tournament, organizer of Mind Sports Olympiad, world’s super writer, top speaker in the brain and learning aspects, and global public media figure. All other relevant books were written based on it, and many of the authors are just the students of Tony Buzan around the world.
The mind map originated from Leonardo da Vinci‘s notes is a groundbreaking thinking tool. It is gradually applied to various fields, such as projects management, reading notes, schedules, business plans, and so on. I believe that many people who have read The Mind Map Book should be shocked by the 25-foot mind map of Boeing Flight Engineering Guide on the wall in Boeing company.
Compared with the traditional paragraph-based reading notes, drawing a mind map has unparalleled advantages: a small space; clear structure; easy to understand and remember. Therefore, mind map can help us quickly grasp the core content of things. From the perspective of knowledge management, mind mapping plays a huge role in preserving, sharing, using and innovating knowledge.
Of course, you may think this book is too wordy, but just downplays many key points, and let alone the brain science. That’s because The Mind Map Book was originally written for beginners, it’s naturally not as good as David Sibbet‘s two books: Visual Meetings and Visual Teams, as well as Dan Roam‘s two books: The Back of the Napkin and Unfolding the Napkin. Anyway, only does it give more thorough theoretical explanation to mind mapping.
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