The Mind Map Book

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BBC Active, 2006 - Cognition - 328 pages
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The Mind Map Book introduces a revolutionary system of planning and note-taking that has already changed the lives of millions of people across the globe.

The Mind Map, which has been called the 'Swiss army knife for the brain', is a ground-breaking, note-taking technique that is already used by more than 250 million people worldwide and has taken the educational and business world by storm.

This book, the definitive full-colour illustrated edition of The Mind Map Book (Tony and Barry Buzan's multi-million-copy bestseller) introduces you to the fundamental operational principles of the ultimate bio-computer - your brain!

In addition to helping you maximise your brain power, the book also features a range of stimulating exercises and a lavish and inspirational collection of photographs and original Mind Maps that illustrate the technique.

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Review: The Mind Map Book: How to Use Radiant Thinking to Maximize Your Brain's Untapped Potential

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- Lots of 'this baron is using it' blabla - Loads of chapters where mind maps can be used, all basically the same -- Biggest chapter is the iMindMap software, feels like a long sales pitch Read full review

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Tony Buzan is the world’s leading authority on the brain and learning. His ground-breaking note-taking technique, Mind Maps, offers a route to improved study and better understanding. His million-copy selling books on the subject have achieved massive success in more than 100 countries and have been translated into 30 languages. He has lectures worldwide and acts as advisor to numerous multi-national companies, governments, leading businesses and international Olympic athletes. He is also President of the Brain Foundation, founder of the Brian Trust Charity, the World Memory Championships and the World Championships of the Brain.

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