Mind Mapping.

Mind Map

The Indian Institute Of Management, Ahmedabad, Alumni Association, Pune Chapter, held its Annual General Meeting yesterday.  Unlike the usual AGMs, this meeting also included a presentation by a fellow Alumnus Sirisha, a Leadership Coach, who introduced me and some other older alumni to the concept of Mind Mapping.

She informed us that the presentation would normally take three hours but considering the brain power in the room she reduced it to just over 45 minutes including brainstorming sessions to get a hands on feeling for the process which was very interesting.

We have submitted our work sheets to Sirisha and she has promised to get back to us with her feedback soon.

For me, it was a mindblowing learning experience and since this morning, I have used the technique to work my through a couple of problems.  It is very effective and I recommend it to my readers.

15 thoughts on “Mind Mapping.”

  1. Falling at the first hurdle.

    As befits perceived shortcoming of woman and her spatial ability I am no good at map reading. I will turn a map on its head to ascertain whether I need to turn off left or right. On the other hand: Do give me a tight space to park your car and I will, in a jiffy and without so much as a scratch to your paintwork.

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  2. Caught up with you at last Ramana, I loved the story of the dog and your movie and book attendances 🙂 The loons cry their lonely cry as I write tonight. Reminding me of fall and winter’s breath on the ocean.
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  3. Over the years, mind mapping has come my way – but I always seem to have not enough room for a branch and I run out of paper – OR – I can’t seem to think of any word relating…

    As to the girl parking…I used to have a small hatchback sort of car, and I remember a guy who had just parked – saying to me “you will never get into that…” and he stood there waiting. I parked it spectacularly that particular day and he had to say “success…” I suppose he thought he would watch we leave, but btw our shop had closed he had long gone home…
    Even if it hadn’t been spectacular I had learnt a few years ago that with the right starting technique anything was possible…
    Cathy in NZ recently posted..Nelson and Asteroid

    1. I would have given an arm and a leg to have seen that Cathy! Yes, the running out of paper happened to me just yesterday. Luckily, I have a store just across the road and I was able to get some extra sheets.

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