Mind Map Skills

The Mind Map skills section offers mapping techniques you need from basic to advanced, and from personal to professional usage. A wide range of subjects is included and you are more than welcome to join the discussion.

Holland Theory Mind Map – Find out Your Career Personality

What is the Holland Theory Mind Map?
The Holland personality-job fit theory was pointed out by John Holland, a professor of psychology at Johns Hopkins University. He is also a well-known career guidance expert in the United States. Holland believed that people’s personality type and interest are closely related to their profession. Any professions with professional interest can improve people’s enthusiasm and promote people to engage in the profession actively. Feel free to check out the visually appealing Holland theory mind map below:

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How to Manage Your Time Efficiently with Mind Maps?

Mind mapping is a powerful and visually appealing practice to map out your ideas around a central topic. You can do nearly every daily task by using mind maps. Today, I will show you how to manage your time efficiently with mind maps!
Why We Need Mind Maps for Time Management?
Normally, we may face countless working tasks on our to-do list. As a result, we often get lost in many possibilities. In such cases, you may say something like “I […]

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Top 7 Types of Thinking in a Visually Appealing Mind Map

Different types of thinking can efficiently improve our studying and working process. However, how many of them do you really know about? So, in today’s article, we will show you more about these productive types of thinking in a clear and visually appealing mind map.
What are Types of Thinking?
The type of thinking is how people exploring and examining objects in our life. Both immaterial and material aspects are integrated into different types of ways of thinking. In reality, people […]

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Learn 50/30/20 Budget Rule with Three Mind Maps

Do you make a budget for every month spending? How much can you save every month or you often spend over money? If you don’t know how to get your money in order and want to save money, there is an easy and effective way to try. The “50/30/20 rule”. This budget rule was coined by Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard bankruptcy expert who named by Time magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
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Three Mind Maps to Show Differences Between Positive and Negative thinking

Thinking positively or thinking negatively impacts heavily on how we handle things. So what are the differences between the two thinking habits? This article will explain it from three aspects with mind maps.
Every cloud has a silver lining. But some people just see the cloud. That is a common phenomenon in our daily life: to see the cloud but ignore the silver lining. Just like the half glass water experiment: people who see the silver lining would say: “Oh, […]

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What are the Key Differences between Concept Maps and Mind Maps?

You may struggle to differentiate the real differences between concept maps and mind maps. Indeed, these two kinds of diagrams share many common points because concept mapping and mind mapping all belong to the field of Visual Mapping. Simply read this article to learn about their origins, basic definitions, key differences and how to conduct these two types.
What is a Concept Map?
Concept maps are normally used for sorting, analyzing and displaying knowledge (e.g. tacit information etc.) and problems based […]

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Mind Map of HR Roles in an Organization

Seeking for a job or an applicant as an HR personnel? This page interprets the definition, career responsibility, and importance of HR roles to any organization. Start with the HR roles mind map and go deeper through the content.
Abbreviated as HR, a human-resources department takes charge of people-related issues in an organization and thus is essential to the long-term development of an organization. As a bridge connecting the employees and the employer, it performs human resource management, overseeing various aspects of […]

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Porter’s Five Forces Analysis in Easy Mind Maps

What Is the Porter’s Five Forces Analysis?
This highly popular model, which was pointed out by the Harvard business professor Porter, is used to identify and analyze the most significant five competitive forces in a business industry with at least three competitors. Organizations cloud find out the best profitability solutions for their corporate strategies based on the Porter’s Five Forces Analysis. Such forces may also apply to nearly every industry to check out both the advantages and disadvantages of an […]

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Manufacturing Process in a Mind Map: The 8M’s Significant Principles

The 8m’s principles are quite popular in the manufacturing process or some other related business projects. Have you known all of the specific meanings? Let’s check out them together now.

Mind map made by the free mind map tool Edraw MindMaster
The Markets Factor in the Manufacturing Process
The markets factors are mainly about the feasibility and viability of different types of construction projects. Besides, managers should consider both economic and social influences on their programs. More specifically, team leaders may think about […]

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Six Thinking Hats: Key Points You Need to Know in Easy Mind Maps

What are Six Thinking Hats?
The Six Thinking Hats is a theory pointed out by Edward de Bono, who is a psychologist and a philosopher from Malta. The theory offers an ever more effective and cohesive solution for both group discussions and individual thinking process. The model is considered as the underlying theory of Critical Thinking.

Mind Map made by the Free Mac Mind Mapping Application Edraw MindMaster
Why We Need Them?
Edward found that human brain may think in distinct challenging ways. Therefore, he […]

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