What if you had a way of taking notes that is in-line with the way your brain works
The full-color "The Mind Map Book" shows you how to do that. It starts with exploring the limitations of linear note taking and then introduces the readers to mind maps - where you place a central idea on a page and then branch out from it with significant keywords. To picture how mind maps work, think of a tree - a trunk (the central image) then branches (significant keywords) and finally the leaves (lesser keywords).
As one of the world's leading experts on how to use the power of your brain, this book is written in such a way that it can be read quickly and you can remember most of it.
It takes some time to get used to using mind maps, especially if you're taking notes of a live talk as you may feel that you're missing out because you're not writing enough words. But as your experience grows, you see that you have better recall of what you've learned. Once you unlock the power of your brain, it will astonish you.