Based on the surveys I’ve done during the past few years, I know that there is a great divide in this world: Those right-brained, non-linear, visual types (like us!) who are comfortable creating visual maps and interpreting them, and those left-brained, linear types whose eyes glaze over when they see a mind map (the so-called “map shock” phenomenon), and who prefer their information to be delivered in neatly arranged, densely packed paragraphs of text.
What strategies have you used successfully to share your maps with others – especially with linear thinkers? What works?
Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you!