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The Mind Map Book: How to Use Radiant Thinking to Maximize Your Brain's Untapped Potential Paperback – March 1, 1996
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This idea-rich, relentlessly upbeat manual proffers graphic images as an aid to unlock creative thinking or clarify emotions. Drawing loosely on brain research, learning theory and information science, English business consultant/TV personality Tony Buzan (Use Both Sides of Your Brain) and his brother Barry, a professor of international studies, first outline "radiant thinking," a method designed to enhance one's associative, nonlinear thought processes. Next they explain how to create "mind maps"-colorful, structured, drawings, cartoonish or complex-as a tool to overcome mental blocks, organize ideas, brainstorm, strengthen one's memory and imagination, and make meetings more productive. Despite its inflated claims and cluttered presentation, this unusual how-to, replete with exercises, quizzes, dramatic color photos of patterns in nature, and sample mind maps, will challenge and stimulate the open-minded.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
“Shows corporate executives how to hot-wire their creative energies… Buzan puts on quite a show.”—Forbes
“This idea-rich, relentlessly upbeat manual proffers graphic images as an aid to unlock creative thinking or clarify emotions… will challenge and stimulate the open-minded.”—Publishers Weekly
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He went on to study Psychology, Biology, and Focusing techniques. Along the way he found many of the flaws in how the educational systems works. Many of his students quickly realized they had been deprived of any knowledge of what learning actually means, or how to learn.
The Mind Mapping System is for anyone who wants to work the controls on their own mind.
I also recommend this book to anyone interested in metamemory, metacognition, and learning to learn. Many of the concepts discussed in the book are backed by studies in cognitive psychology and the workings of the brain.