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Mind Maps in a week 2nd edition (IAW) Paperback – 27 Sep 2002
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With a foreword written by Tony Buzan, this newly revised book is designed to help the reader understand the art and science of Mind Mapping. Managers can use this approach to explore ideas both quickly and in great depth, while maintaining a clear focus on the principle theme or problem.
About the Author
Steve Morris is managing director of The Burton Morris Consultancy, an agency that has developed new ways of writing for businesses. He is also Director of the Letterhouse- which specialises in letters and e-mails for business.
Jane Smith's company, Word Smiths, produces text and online learning materials. Jane also delivers management and personal development training, including workshops in Mind Mapping, speed reading and memory skills.
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23 May 2004
I purchased this book to gain an understanding of what Mind Maps are and if they will be useful to me. Mind maps in a Week gave me the understanding I was after. It explains Why mind maps work in relation to the way the brain works. It provides a description of how to create Mind Maps and has little exercises for you to follow. It lists references through the book to tell you where to find more detailed information. I highly recommend this book as a start to decide if mind Maps are for you and what they can be used for.
29 June 2004
I was taught about Mind Maps on a course that I am doing. I find them very useful and if you would like a bit more detail behind them, then this is a good book. If you've never heard of Mind Mapping before, then this is still a good book and you will probably become addicted to mind mapping after reading this! When I am thinking these days, I tend to mind map rather than make linear notes.