In Reminiscence of Tony Buzan
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Learning how to learn is life's most important skill.
. Tony Buzan, the promoter of mnemonic systems and mind mapping techniques, closed his eyes but left us with his incredible fortune which he spent his life to popularise and make it well-known...He is best known for his speed reading and mind mapping techniques. His work on mind mapping has been turned into , translated into 150 languages and read by millions of people worldwide. -----
The mind map will change you lifeSaid Tony Buzan. He is best known for his speed reading and mind mapping techniques. His work on mind mapping has been turned into 100 best-sellers, translated into 150 languages and read by millions of people worldwide. Tony Buzan has been teaching mind mapping skills for quite some time, and he pointed out that mind map emerged from an understanding of the brain as a spatial arrangement of neutrons. Like many other masters, Tony Buzan encountered a lot of challenges and problems when he started to create mind maps. In his words, they were "monochromatic, monotone and monotonous." Later, he struggled to answer this question raised by many of his audiences:
Is mind mapping note-taking?Yes and no, and probably way more than note-taking. For Buzan, an answer like "revolutionize note-taking" is far from good enough. So he did three things below, to discover what should be the right answer:
- Show the technique to others, particularly those who struggled to catch up.
- Observe how students use mind maps to improve their lives.
- Take observations back to mind mapping.
- Verbal and Pictorial
- Imaginative and Analytical