About the Course
This course is a step-by-step guide on the basic principles of mind mapping. You will practice how to read a mind map and then learn how to make hand-drawn mind maps to help you to think smarter, learn faster and communicate better.
What You Will Learn:
- What is a mind map?
- The benefits of mind mapping
- How to read a mind map
- How to make mind maps
- How to count to 10 in Japanese using mind maps as a study aid
The course features a series of lessons consisting of 20 video demonstrations (2.75 hours), downloadable mind maps and text documents that you can use to make your own.
The lessons aim to inspire you with ideas about how to make your mind maps fun, creative and memorable using branch designs, shapes, colour, images and 3D.
The course also features a bonus lesson which teaches you how to count from 1 to 10 in Japanese using a mind map to study, revise and recall the information from memory.
Also, you can upload your own mind maps to the student showcase for personal feedback from me and your fellow students.
Happy Mind Mapping!
This was an amazing course. Very practical, easy to follow and plenty of examples. Jayne is a such an inspirational teacher
I am the founder and managing director of The Thinking Business Limited, which is a global training company specialising in thinking skills. I teach mind mapping, creative thinking, strategic thinking and business storytelling to some of the world's biggest companies including Disney, Microsoft, Hormel, UNICEF, World Health Organisation, Pfizer and the European Commission.
I'm a fully qualified Buzan Licensed Instructor in Mind Mapping, Speed Reading and Memory Skills with over 25 years as a mind mapper. I was trained by and co-facilitated with the creator of Mind Maps, Tony Buzan.
Furthermore, I am a graduate of the Disney Creativity and Innovation Programme from the Disney Institute, and I am a HBDI Accredited Consultant in the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument.
I'm excited to use my new mind mapping skill in all areas of my life
Frequently Asked Questions
'Mind Maps are the Swiss Army Knife for the Brain.'
- Tony Buzan