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  • Broché: 128 pages
  • Editeur : Thorsons (22 octobre 2002)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0007146841
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007146840
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,7 x 13,7 x 0,8 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par LyonParis on 14 mai 2003
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Tony Buzan nous donne ici de manière claire et synthètique les principes de création d'un schéma heuristique, qu'il illustre ensuite de quelques applications dans la vie courante (la valeur ajoutée par rapport à "dessine moi l'intelligence"). En plus, son anglais est facile à comprendre.
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Par D.I on 11 mai 2014
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Thank you :)
It's a wonderful book, It will help you understand many things
like how we thing in term of planing, and how we can use our wonderful
brain power and capacity to apply it everyday and benifit from our time
Life will be meaningful after!
Enjoy:)
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Good book despite hype 1 novembre 2005
Par Jagadeesh K. Venugopal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a good book. It covers mind mapping briefly. It could have been even more brief, but for the rather outlandish claims of its author. Tony Buzan is given to a lot of exaggeration. Shorn of the inflated claims, the book could well have been a small and effective booklet.

The subject of the book is worthy of learning and usage. Mind mapping offers a very easy technique that requires little more than color pens and paper (though rather expensive software is also available). The method is simple -- a central topic in the middle, followed by radiating branches denoting concepts, sub-concepts, and further conceptual breakdowns. Arranging information spatially rather than linearly as in to-do lists and written notes helps place each node of information in context, and also helps the brain "grok" the entire picture all at once.

One thing I find surprising about Buzan's book is -- why did he not mind-map his book itself? It would have been much easier to understand the concepts that way.

I would recommend that you purchase the book by Joyce Wycoff rather than this one. The former book contains some good examples of mind maps and its applications.

For those inclined to using software, FreeMind is an excellent freeware application that helps one create mind maps.
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Not Necessary 1 février 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The information in this book can be obtained online, and the preaching you can live without. Mind mapping is pretty intuitive. Once you see one you will say "I get it" and start using them. There is simply not enough information to go on and on about them in multiple books. I thought maybe I was missing something. Now I feel like I was snookered into paying for someone's info-mercial. The basic idea is good, and the binding is cute.
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Learn Mind Mapping and Teach your Kids 15 février 2006
Par Deborah Crawford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I wish I'd known how to do this in college!

Mind Mapping is great tool with all sorts of uses and this book is short enough for anyone to learn how to do it. Like most "life-hack" type tools, you'll get out of it what you put into it. In other words, you have learn it and use it to get much benefit.

I do recommend it for kids--it's a great, simple way to organize most writing assignments, speeches, and other projects. They'll probably still have to do the old boring Roman numeral outlines, I suppose, but the mind-map can make that much easier, too!

So, Buzan's a bit grandiose--mind-mapping probably won't bring world peace, but hey, neither does anything else!
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There are no new insights. What a real disappointment! 22 mai 2007
Par Lee Say Keng - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
How to Mind Map
By Tony Buzan

I want to say this: I really marvel at the marketing savvy of Tony Buzan in spinning more & more books from his original pioneering collection of five books published by the BBC outfit during the seventies, without adding any real value - & or new technological enhancements - to his loyal readers. I find that most of his newer books since then tend to be rehashed or expanded mildly with a slight twist.

This book is no exception. For a greenhorn, this book still stands out as relatively great work. The step by step instructions on doing your own mind maps are very clear & easy to follow. However, the moment you start to compare this book with the author's earlier works, for example, `Use Both Sides of Your Brain' or `Make the Most of Your Mind' or `The Mind Map Book, or `Mind Maps at Work', anyone can see clearly that there are no new insights. What a real disappointment!

I would have thought that, if Tony Buzan had really wanted to add value to his loyal readers, instead of his own pockets, he should probably have created a mind map of the book's contents in the form of a large poster, which can then be folded to form a handy pocket guide for readers. This would have been a great gift to his loyal readers. However, one of his early disciples in the United States, Michael Gelb, had already jumped the gun by producing one good one in the late eighties. Please read my review of Michael Gelb's `The New Mind Map'. In this case, Tony Buzan could still do something better: he could probably make use of his iMindMap software to create an exploded view of the book's contents! He could even put it in a CD or DVD format where readers can access the mind map with a viewer.

To sum up: Has Tony Buzan run out of steam? Sad to say, I believe so.
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Fluffy Bunny Rabbits are Smarter 27 avril 2005
Par Reynal - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is about the most ridiculous sales hype I have read. I understand that some graphic devices can be useful at specific times and in specific tasks, but this book more or less preaches and preaches that it should be used to bring the galaxy together hand in hand in harmony.

The "theory" used to explain its efficacy is both wrong and gives a wrong impression of this limited technique. The left right brain myths are used as a convenient concept that fits perfectly to market the mind map (there is an obvious left and right). It all falls to pieces when you realize the brain does not actually work like a mind map at all!

But carrying the book about with you like a bible, in the delusion that "THIS BOOK WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE" is probably less useful than carrying a sink plunger everywhere you go. If you have a strong faith in sink plungers, the effect will be even stronger. I mean, the book is written like evangelism, and only evangelists will enjoy it. Thinkers will not.

This book is about getting more people to buy into the Buzan book series. Lots of promises that are not going to appear in reality, even when the last Buzan title is bought. Use the plunger and unblock that mental blockage.

If you want to improve abilities, avoid hype, and go for a good study methods book that has a good wide range of strategies and well researched psychology, rather than spider diagramming yourself into left/right guru worship.

Keep an open mind, and don't let the Buzan hype limit your options.

Regards

Reynal
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