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!
How do you know if your mind maps are as good and complete as they can be? High-quality mind maps share a number of common traits, which I explore in my latest Mind Mapping Insider resource.
Many executives use checklists to keep track of information they must not forget. They are essential for life-and-death situations. But there is a better way that is more in tune with the nature of today’s work. Here are 7 reasons mind maps are much more efficient and effective than checklists for busy executives.
One very practical application of mind maps is to use them as a checklist, a reminder of thing we need to do on a regular basis. A case in point is Dana VanDen Heuvel’s excellent content marketing map.