Posted by: pkab | 15 May 2008

Beautiful MindMap from Study Matrix


By: Luciano Passuello

5 Keys to Improving Your Memory

I usually visit the website of those who leave comments in my postings. Recently, from a comment in the article Journal to the Self, I found Adam Sicinski’s Study Matrix Blog.

What a wonderful surprise! The website has a wealth of amazing, beautifully-crafted mind maps about various topics relevant to personal development — such as accelerated learning, life success principles, cognitive psychology, memory enhancement, time management and many others.

Mind Map Showcase

Adam Sicinski’s maps are perfectly aligned with Litemind’s mission, so following I present 5 selected mind maps on the topics of: learning, time management, memory, stress management and advanced mind mapping.

Click on the thumbnails to see a larger view of the mind maps. Below each thumbnail is also a link to the original article in Adam’s blog. These articles contain detailed explanations about the mind maps’ contents, as well as links to the full, downloadable maps (in both wide-screen and standard formats). Enjoy!

5 Keys to Improving Your Memory

5 Keys to Improving Your Memory

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6 Keys to Learning

6 Keys to Learning

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5 Keys to Effective Time Management

5 Keys to Effective Time Management

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6 Keys to Stress Management

Keys to Stress Management

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Study Matrix 101 – Advanced Mind Mapping Strategies

Study Matrix 101

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This is not a sales pitch, sponsored post or anything like that — I am posting these links because I was amazed with the detail and the attention that went into creating them, and how they really express the essence of the ideas.

Browse around the Study Matrix Blog and the companion SMX Art Store, and check how Adam is quickly developing many great learning resources. Some are paid (such as study aids recreating Shakespearean literature classics), but most of them are free.

Source: LiteMind


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