29 Apr

MAPPING FROM THE INTANGIBLE

Posted in: Case Study, Digital Content, Inspiration

 

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It is inherent in every human to always look out for the most efficient but relaxing way of setting and achieving their set goals. In fact, this relaxing nature manifests itself in other aspects of routine decision-making and human learning. Hence, making the brain function lower than its actual capacity.

Meanwhile, the size of memories and the storage and processor capacity of the human mind are well beyond that of a computer. The brain is more power efficient than our best supercomputers by orders of magnitude. Yet humans do not have an understanding of its functions and structure; and that is why they cannot maximize the full potential of the brain.

This is where Mind Mapping can help you.

Mind Mapping is a useful technique that helps you learn more effectively, improves the way that you record information, and supports and enhances creative problem solving.

By using Mind Maps, you can quickly identify and understand the structure of a subject. You can see the way pieces of information fit together, as well as recording the raw facts contained in normal notes.

More than this, Mind Maps help you remember information, as they hold it in a format that your mind finds easy to recall and quick to review.

So, here is one of the most efficient ways of cracking the brief as a marketing strategist; brainstorming on your goals, and making an execution plan. Mapping from the intangible to the tangible!

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Written by

Iduma Christopher

Twitter: @idumsy        

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