Ever need to tackle something, but feel too overwhelmed to start? One of the great barriers to getting things done is struggling to begin.
Our brains wrestle with all of the contrasting data housed inside those fleshy walls. We’re scared we won’t be able to make sense of it all, or if we can, we still have to figure out how to organize the informations so others can understand. Procrastination is born of fear.
But what if I showed you a way to push away your fears, overcome procrastinating tendencies, and start yourself on the road to accomplishment? With Mind Mapping, creative freedom truly is at your fingertips.
Like Storyboarding, Mind Maps provide a tool to set yourself free from constraints. Following specific steps, in a relaxed way, to organize your thoughts, ideas, and concepts. If you want to act on an idea, it helps to know how to get there. Most of the time, we already house the information we need inside our brains, but we get stuck not knowing how to get it out. A Mind Map releases subconscious data, memories, facts, and details so your final product is enriched.
How do you create a Mind Map? One of the best tutorials I found is on the YouTube video posted below. It’s so clear, I shared it on my own YouTube channel.
Try Mind Mapping — I promise, investing six minutes to learn how to do it could improve your work, and change your life.