When we are presented with a task our brain's natural response is to immediately begin conceptualizing a number of different approaches towards completing the task. Our mind doesn't develop a plan all at once-instead it adds new information and new tasks to the picture as the mind digests the problem over time.
A mind map intuitively illustrates this process before your eyes.
A mind map begins with a central idea, usually the problem or task at hand, and makes room to insert any number of tasks and pieces of information needed to solve the problem. It's brainstorming, with visuals.
Mind Maps can be used for organizing ideas, planning projects, breaking down decision making processes and just about anything else. And there is no better or easier way to create a mind map than by using SmartDraw.
Take SmartDraw with you, too. Create a mind map online using your Mac® or PC laptop. You can also use SmartDraw on your tablet or smartphone running iOS®, Android®, or any other platform.