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According to an article published in Big Pocket, people who have goals in life are ten times more successful. And people who write down their plans or goals are more successful than those who don't write down what they want. Because when you jot down your goals and priorities in life, what you actually want to achieve becomes clearer, and coming up with strategies to achieve those goals becomes easier. Thus, the importance of mind mapping.
Follow our guide on how you can make a goals mind map.
To start, create a central idea, which will represent your goal. For example, college goals. Then, put this on the center of your document, so it can easily draw your attention.
After you've identified and created the central idea, proceed with adding the branches. To make it more understandable, think of this just like you are making a family tree. Now, continuing with our college goals example, your branches may include academics, sports, social, and music. And for more detailed information, include keywords to each branch. For example, under academics, you can write projects and exams. Remember, your keywords should be short and simple.
Color coding allows your brain to easily analyze, categorize, and memorize information as it links the visual with logical. Also, a colorful mind map looks more attractive and cute. While visual elements allow you to recall information as your brain instantly processed images.
Once you're done creating your mind map, go over it twice before you go ahead and download or print it as there could be mistakes in your labels, design, or there could be missing information.
A mind map is another type of diagram that allows you to visualize your ideas and thoughts.
With all the things that you deal with each day, it's easy to lost track of your goals in life. What to prioritize first and what comes last. But with the help of mind mapping, you can sort out your goals and priorities, and use it as a reference to keep yourself on track.
You use mind maps when:
1. You generate, visualize, organize, and classify thoughts and ideas.
2. You study information.
3. You solve problems.
A list of points involves a lot of words and takes time to present as it involves a specific data structure, which makes it difficult for your brain to memorize the information. A mind map, on the other hand, doesn't require you to follow a specific outline and create a format about your topic, allowing you to organize your topic the way you like them to be, which makes it easy for you to simplify complex topics.
1. It boosts your productivity and creativity.
2. It allows you to sort out your thoughts and ideas.
3. It helps you organize and categorize your ideas and identify their relationships.
4. It enhances your memory.
5. It allows you to understand information better and faster.