If you ever had trouble remembering ideas or keeping track of your thoughts, let me tell you that you are not alone. In fact, not just students, but even working people in all kinds of fields experience difficulty in remembering and reproducing the information.
The ability to produce the right information clearly without faltering is appreciated and rewarded by everyone. Mind mapping helps you to do just that. It increases your chances of cracking your presentation in your class or impress your jury and even ace your job interview. Good news is, mind mapping is very simple and equally effective.
What Is Mind-Mapping?
Mind-mapping is a brief representation of your ideas about any given topic, usually in the form of a diagram surrounded by some written matter. It’s a simple technique for brainstorming & remembering information, which is useful while writing essays and jotting down notes quickly. Here’s how mind-mapping can benefit you…
- Allows you to think faster and recall your previous knowledge about a given topic.
- Helps you to organize your spontaneous ideas in a sequence.
- Is about listing points about a topic. Once they are written down, it becomes an easier job to condense or elaborate on those points.
- Guides you to understand and retain important points, which also helps you to identify and eliminate unnecessary details.
How To Mind-Map?
The first step in mind-map is really simple and fun as well. It is to randomly write all the points you can think of about any given topic. You should let your ideas flow without any limit or interruption.
Then categorize those points into paragraphs, for example, introduction, body, and conclusion, in case of an essay. Identify the keywords and the key points and create your paragraph around those points. This way not only will you have the time, but also the clarity to process your large information, filter the content to analyze and present all the relevant points with fewer flaws and more confidence.