This mind map template contains 8 thought-provoking questions that you can use to help you with personal problem-solving – better defining problems and then brainstorming solutions for them.
I recently discovered this LifeHack article in one of my daily news feeds. I think these questions have a lot of value for personal problem solving. And the mind map format is perfect for divergent thinking.
I’ve always been a big fan of creative questions. They stimulate the brain to think in new directions and can often reveal ideas and courses of action that wouldn’t otherwise be obvious. The mind map format encourages word association, one of the brain’s greatest strengths. It literally “draws” answers forth from your brain.
To help you make use of these questions, I have created a downloadable set of mind maps in most of the popular program formats. Please click on the links below to access these templates. The author of this article recommends that you try to come up with at least three answers to each of the questions. You can add them as subtopics below the level of each of the questions.
I hope you find this mind map template useful!