Build a mindmap I have found mindmaps useful to me since I first learned them and gave them a shot. Here’s some of what I’ve learned since from practice. Great for getting your thoughts down before a project.
nubnublovesbunnies: My first attempt at making a mind-map. I don’t know if I did it right because it doesn’t really look like any of the mind-maps I’ve seen before lol (any tips on how to make mind-maps would be appreciated!)
Anne Emond is a talented writer-illustrator who took a fun-jibe at the inner-workings of a writer's mind, by creating a ‘Mental Map’ that charts everything from the ‘Mountain range of Impotent Rage’ to the ‘Canyon of Narcissism’ and the ‘Forests of Delusions of Grandeur.’
The Affirmation Tree mind map created by Paul Foreman will help you stay focused and positive. It draws affirmations from a book called “Feel the Fear and do it Anyway” by Susan Jeffers. These positive and empowering affirmations will help you stay on purpose. Eventually, as with all techniques, affirmations have to be dropped or it remains only words rather than feeling positive on the inside. The mind map breaks down phrases that you can use as affirmations to maintain your positive [...]
- this was a future planning hack I created in March which I've called the calendar wheel. I was inspired by something similar I found on the Moleskine website a few years back and wanted to give it my spin. I love mind mapping and my brain functions visually so this was something I toyed with and worked well. I basically wrote down all events, appointments, birthdays and connected them to the corresponding date/day on the wheel. Thinking of doing again for July and possibly selling some…