A checklist for creating excellent mind mapsDec 26th, 2011 | By Chuck Frey | Category: Mind Mapping Insider
Wouldn’t it be great to have a checklist that you can use to improve the quality of your mind maps? A set of guidelines that would help you to create visual maps with greater impact and clarity? Now you can!
My latest Mind Mapping Insider report is a single-page “pre-flight checklist” that distills everything I’ve been teaching members in my mind map analysis reports into a single, highly-useful form. In much the same way as an airline pilot uses a set of checklists to prepare for a flight, this form helps you to prepare a successful mind map. It also comes with a set of instructions that help you to get the most out of it. I’m really excited about how it has turned out, and I think you will be, too.
One of the things that a lot of people struggle with, according to the research I’ve conducted, is understanding when a mind map is effective. Like many illustration programs, mind mapping software gives you a blank slate, which you can use to create a masterpiece – or a mess. Readers of this blog have been clamoring for examples of excellent mind maps from which they can learn, and best practices they can adopt in their work. That’s what this checklist is – a distillation of mind mapping best practices from which you can benefit.
The download links for this report are only visible to members of the Mind Mapping Insider membership group. You can access them by signing up here. There is no obligation. In fact, I’m so confident you’ll find excellent value from this report and the others I release every week that I will give you a full refund within 30 days if you’re not satisfied with the reports, resources, tutorials and templates that I offer through this program.