One of the challenges that new users of mind mapping software face is understanding the specialized terminology that it uses – such as links, legends, boundaries, Basic Ordering Ideas, floating topics, icons, legends. The software developers give you the basics on what these elements are and how to use them, but much more is actually possible. There’s so much more to know about utilizing each of these elements effectively to create well-organized mind maps that communicate well and make an impact on others.
That’s why I created this new report, 12 Building Blocks of Effective Mind Maps. It goes deeper to explain the best practices for using each these elements. It’s now available for download for Mind Mapping Insider members:
If you’d like to access this report, I urge you to try out the Mind Mapping Insider program. As I pointed out in a recent post, it’s a modest investment (less than US$20 a month) that can make a much larger impact on your effectiveness.