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Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0 (English Edition)
 
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Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0 (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Michael Taylor
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The number one selling Mind Map book on the Kindle is on its 3rd version. Version 3.0 is the ultimate resource on the topic of mind maps with more innovative uses, examples, and illustrations than any other book.

Also includes links to numerous free mind mapping software - no need to buy, subscribe, or submit proof of purchase. Plus a bonus section that will triple your current reading speed and comprehension in a matter of minutes.

Mind Mapping is a note taking system which allows you to take better, faster, and more efficient notes. In conventional note-taking, you write down information line by line. With Mind Maps, you organize the information more in the form of a diagram, starting with a central key idea drawn in the center of the paper.

In addition to enhancing your note taking skills, Mind Maps help you improve your studying, writing, presenting, brainstorming, and creative skills. It is one of the best note taking skills anyone can learn.

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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 grand livre 30 août 2013
Par Harry F
Format:Format Kindle
Ce livre parle d'une technique appelée cartes mentales. Les cartes mentales ou cartes cognitives ou cartes heuristiques sont un outil de prise de note visuel qui permet de mieux organiser vos pensées et vos idées. Ces cartes simplifient l'information complexe en le décomposant en diagramme. De cette façon, l'information est livrée en un petit coup d'œil sur ‘la carte’ plutôt qu’en de longues listes laborieuses et difficiles à digérer.

Il s’agit d’un grand livre sur les cartes mentales. Il vous montre ce qu'est une carte mentale, comment en créer une et son application, étape par étape, dans les différents domaines de votre vie. Comme étudiant et écrivain, il m'a aidé à clarifier mes pensées et à apprendre et à mémoriser plus facilement les nouvelles informations.

Un guide très bien écrit qui peut vraiment améliorer votre vie.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 très bien 21 septembre 2013
Format:Format Kindle
Si vous cherchez à devenir une personne plus habile, plus intelligente, à l'école lors des tests et des devoirs, ainsi que dans d'autres domaines, ce livre est parfait pour vous. Il fait un excellent travail de présentation de la technique appelée cartes mentales et vous expose toutes les différentes façons pour l'utiliser et l'appliquer.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 utile 21 septembre 2013
Par Cecilia
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Livre utile sur les cartes mentales. La discussion sur la prise de notes de cours était pratique. Il a parlé de prêter attention aux remarques de l’intervenant ou du conférencier et de prendre des notes. Il donne plusieurs suggestions sur la façon de reconnaître les grands thèmes et les points clés dans ces thèmes. C'est plus efficace que ce que j'ai l'habitude de faire, qui n’a été qu’écrire tout ce que je pouvais aussi rapidement que possible. A la fin, tout ce que j’ai n’est autre qu’une liste de faits et de données, mais pas de comment ils sont liés les uns aux autres ou le grand tableau. Ce qui a rendu tout cela plus difficile à comprendre et à retenir. Les cartes mentales fonctionnent mieux à mon avis. Même si vous n'utilisez pas les cartes mentales pour les conférences, une partie des conseils ici, sur la bonne façon d'écouter un conférencier, peut être utile.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Géniale 22 septembre 2013
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Un grand livre. D'autres revues ont parlé en détail sur les tenants et les aboutissants de ce qu'il y a dedans, donc je vais me concentrer sur ce que la plupart ont laissés de côté - la section de lecture rapide. La section sur la lecture rapide à la fin est géniale. Je n'ai pas l'habitude d'utiliser des mots comme «génial» pour décrire quelque chose, mais dans ce cas je fais une exception parce qu'il l’est vraiment. Il m’a fallu quelques secondes seulement pour lire l’exercice exemple, et j’ai pu lire de plusieurs fois plus rapidement. C'est une façon de lire qui nécessite beaucoup moins d'efforts que ce la plupart d'entre ont l’habitude de faire. C'est magique ce que nos yeux peuvent capter comme texte sans effort. Cette section valait à elle seule l'achat, bravo à l'auteur pour avoir fourni des informations précieuses pour tous ceux qui lisent.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Addition to the Previous Versions 23 janvier 2011
Par Adrian Aziyu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
This is a great book for improving learning, thinking, creativity, and memory. I've been reading it since the first version. I will admit, the first version was mediocre at best, however, it was one of the first and few mind map books in digital platform at the time. Version 2.0 was a big step up as a well-written and organized guide with good explanations and illustrations. It really set the standard for mind mapping as I noticed many `wanna be authors' copy its format and outline, sometimes word for word. You'll even find reviews on other books saying how they found the content to closely resemble this book.

Version 3.0 is excellent. It nicely builds on the first two to provide more ideas, uses, and explanations of mind maps and mind mapping. It covers more original applications than anything else I've read; even applications one wouldn't think of like recall and diagnosis. The examples are real world, the instructions are easy to follow, and the illustrations look clean and professional.

As a student, this book helped me tremendously in school. The chapters on mind mapping books and lectures gave me a system to learn and remember information far better than before. With it, my grades were never higher, going from C's and B's to getting mainly A's.

Now as a professional, the information is helping me out even further. I'm using it at work to better manage tasks, plans, and projects; putting order and organization to not just my own thoughts, but my team's as well. It's improved my problem solving to develop better and more creative ideas, which has received much praise from my superiors. I've also had tremendous success in sales to simplify presentation of complex information to customers and clients.

All in all, this book will help anyone advance their thinking, learning, and problem solving. It is a must for students, planners, project managers, writers, and for presentations, teaching, writing a thesis, etc
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book makes mind mapping easy 9 février 2011
Par Natasha Papousek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This book is like the mind mapping it describes: a concise and simplified way of approaching complex information. After a quick overview of the concept of mind-mapping and the people who developed and popularized the method, this book jumps right into how to make your own mind maps. Several techniques are outlined and links to software packages are included. Once you have learned how to make a mind map, you are guided through a plethora of possibilities for using them.

So far I've used the technique to organize notes from my last class and it really helped me absorb the key information. I used a mind-map to plan my day and was amazed at how easy it was to prioritize tasks and list all the sub-tasks in a logical manner. Next, I used it to improve my reading comprehension of a technical book that I'm reading and was surprised at how little time it took to summarize each chapter -- and how the book is becoming easier to read now that my mind is focused on classifying key concepts in a visual way.

I highly recommend this book and mind-mapping!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Forget linear notetaking; learn how and why mind-mapping works 2 août 2011
Par Alex Diaz-Granados - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
When I was a student in middle school, high school and college, I used to be a horrible note-taker. My penmanship was not the best and I tended to try to cram as much information as I possibly could into my barely legible but traditionally linear notes, so I would also lag behind most of my peers in class. Eventually, I resorted to asking classmates to use carbon paper and make duplicate sets of notes for me, but even the quality of the data I had to assimilate was heavily dependent on others' note-taking skills.

Today's students - and everyone else, for that matter - have to navigate through virtual seas of information in order to thrive at school, work or even in creative endeavors. So much data and creative inspiration is at our fingertips in books, mass media and the digital universe of the Internet that traditional note-taking, which relies on "tried and true" linear methodology, can't really help us handle efficiently.

Had I known about the concept and practice of mind mapping back when I was in high school, perhaps I would have processed information in a more intuitive and natural fashion, which is one of the key concepts in Michael Taylor's Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning with Mind Maps.

In reading Taylor's six-chapter book, I have learned that though mind mapping might seem like a new innovation, it has been practiced in some form or another since the Greek Golden Age and the Roman era, when philosophers such as Simonedes of Ceos and Porphyry of Tyre used early methods of using graphic charts to create and organize ideas in hierarchical formats which were based on mental imagery and word/noun association.

In essence, mind mapping is a form of jotting down the main idea of a book, article, lecture, presentation, movie or any form of informational or creative project, along with supporting concepts in a graphic fashion which uses different shapes and flow lines in a way that mimics the way the brain cells are all interconnected. As a result, mind-mapping work very much like the brain itself does when it processes data. In a mind map one idea links itself to others in a more intuitive fashion than in traditional written note-taking.

Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning with Mind Maps doesn't merely discuss the origins and basics of mind mapping; it gives readers all they need to know on how to create a mind map, what benefits (and drawbacks) the hierarchical charts offer, and makes a persuasive argument that the use of mind maps helps us digest and process data more efficiently, improve our memories and vastly enhance our capacity to create and be more productive.
31 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth a Try 26 juillet 2011
Par J Vinluan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is a very good book on the subject of Mind Maps. I like what one of the previous reviewer said, that this book takes an unfamiliar topic to most and makes it intuitive....which is an art.

If I was learning or looking for easier ways to apply mind maps, I would give this book 5 stars as it does a great job of introducing the concept, explaining its importance, and showing readers effective ways to use and apply it in different areas of their lives. It does this all in a quick, concise, and straightforward manner.

Though I advocate the book I give it 3 stars b/c I am an avid Mind Maps user and was hoping it would take my skill to the next level. In many ways it did, in some it fell short.

Nonetheless, still a good read, worth giving it a try. If other books have not worked for you or you're new to the topic, you want to start here.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent resource 4 mars 2011
Par Lucy Felthouse - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
As someone big on self improvement, I thought this book would be incredibly useful, particularly with its subtitle of "quicker notes, better memory, and improved learning." Who doesn't want that?

The idea of mind mapping is that it helps you organise ideas. So instead of taking notes line by line, the idea is to place the central theme or keyword in the middle of the page and add more keywords surrounding it, with lines drawn between them to represent their relationships.

According to this book (and now I know, it definitely makes sense!), mind mapping makes you more effective because this method is more compatible with the brain. This is because it matches how the brain functions biologically. Mind mapping also engages both halves of your brain at once, making you much more efficient and effective.

A key poi nt, and one very important to me personally is that mind mapping is supposed to enhance creativity. As a writer, there are few skills which are more important! I imagine many writers would find mind mapping a very useful way of planning out their work, linking together various ideas, characters and plot points.

As the book says, it'll be difficult to break my habit of making linear notes and the mind mapping will take practice. I've only really covered how I personally will find mind mapping useful, but the book covers a wide variety of ways in which it helps people, for example; note taking, brainstorming, collaborative writing, problem resolution and more.

So if you're looking for a way to make your planning and note-taking go more smoothly and effectively, then this book is ideal.
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