Brain Mind Map
A Mind Map is a highly effective way of getting information in and out of your brain – it is a creative and logical means of note-taking and note-making that literally maps out your ideas. All Mind Maps have some things in common. They have a natural organizational structure that radiates from the center and use lines, symbols, words, color and images according to simple, brain-friendly concepts. Mind Mapping converts a long list of monotonous information into a colorful, memorable and highly organized diagram that works in line with your brain’s natural way of doing things. One simple way to understand a Mind Map is by comparing it to a map of a city. The city center represents the main idea; the main roads leading from the center represent the key thoughts in your thinking process; the secondary roads or branches represent your secondary thoughts, and so on. Special images or shapes can represent landmarks of interest or particularly relevant ideas. The Mind Map is the external mirror of your own radiant or natural thinking facilitated by a powerful graphic process, which provides the universal key to unlock the dynamic potential of the brain. The Mind Map is made even more powerful by the use of all the left and right brain-thinking tools, which enhance the clarity, structure and organization of your thinking. And because the Mind Map constructively uses the tools of Imagination, Association and Location, as well as the tools of the left and right brain, you can consider the Mind Map the ultimate thinking tool that incorporates all the significant and potent ways of thinking into its own structure.
Brain Mind Map template consists of four slides, which are made in a single color scheme and have a lot of infographics and graphics. All slides in this template contain all the tools you need to build a professional presentation. The first slide of this template contains an infographic of the brain in the center, from which lines are directed in different directions. You can use this slide to prepare your brainstorming information and display next to the lines the main thoughts and ideas that led to the final decision. This slide can be used by department leaders in their weekly meetings. Also, this slide will be useful for team leaders and developers when discussing a client’s project in weekly sprints. Also, the slides of this template can be used by startups when preparing information and methods of obtaining funding or the main factors required to bring a new product to market. Healthcare professionals can use this template when preparing a presentation on how the brain works. Also, this template will be useful for company directors when preparing for a strategy session. You can show the new company structure or the benefits that will be achieved by implementing a new strategy. Also, this template can be used by university professors when preparing a course on the analysis of cause and effect relationships. You can use the slides in this template to update your old presentations and add modern infographics and charts. Brain Mind Map template will also be useful for analysts and financiers when preparing an analysis of the investment climate in the country or describing the situation on the securities market.