What is Mind Mapping?
A Mind Map is a visual diagram used to record and organise information in a way the brain finds captivating and easy to process. Thoughts, ideas or facts are laid out around a central theme so that you can clearly 'see' their flow across different levels.
Unlike linear methods of recording information, a Mind Map doesn't rely on large amounts of written text but instead uses curved lines, symbols, keywords, colour and images - all with brain-boosting benefits behind them.
The technique was first developed and popularised by bestselling author and speaker, Tony Buzan, in the 1970s and is now used by millions of people worldwide - in business, at school or at home.