Take a second and watch this quick video on how you can use mind maps to brainstorm ideas and plan projects with SmartDraw:
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In its simplest form, a mind map is the product of brainstorming on paper. It consists of a central idea
(normally represented by a large circle), related ideas (smaller circles), and lines connecting them together.
They are sometimes referred to as concept maps or cognitive maps.
Here are some of the ways mind maps are used: