Wednesday, December 12, 2012

(Book Review) Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 2.0 by Michael Taylor

More and more, we find ourselves in an age where we are inundated with information, most of which has no use to us. We are in need of a method or technique to frame our thoughts and control the flow of information we take in. Confronting this reality, this book helps us take in information and frame our thoughts through the method of mind mapping.

Mind mapping is a useful and deceptively simple tool to organize and frame our thoughts. It helps us think about things differently as we note information differently than the traditional way of note taking. It is designed to make its user record and use information the exact way our brains take in and interprets information.

Mind Mapping has positive implications for all of us in the information age as we seek to educate ourselves and learn about new subjects. Specially, as we come across new experiences shaping our thinking and ultimately how we react in the world.

In sum, this book is a must grab is it does what most books you encounter don’t; help you deal effectively with a new reality and, through some trial and error, adapt to it.

Get your copy of  Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 2.0 

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