Software-created mind maps are wonderful things. You can structure them any way you want, according to the way your brain works. Unfortunately, when you share your maps with others, there is a chance that your colleagues may not easily understand their meaning. That’s why Tom Blossom has started to create a list of "best practices" for creating good maps on the Mindjet Blog. His list of ideas are quite practical, and easy to put into practice, no matter which mind mapping software program you may be using. Do you have some tips to add? Then be sure to visit this post and add your comments!
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