What is MindManager?
MindManager is a software-based Visual Thinking tool whose "brain-friendly" features support developing and communicating ideas naturally. With MindManager you turn ideas and information into Mind Maps that are a graphical representation of what is actually in your mind.
Using MindManager you’ll organize, generate and display ideas in an instant! The software enhances creativity and productivity through graphic representation that uses position, color, icons to convey a wealth of complex info in a simple visual format. We hope that you find MindManager a fun way to organize and manage your ideas, information and resources. Let us know how it works for you. We're listening.
What is Visual Thinking?
Visual Thinking is a concept that is based on research into how the human brain works. Visual Thinking methods stimulate the visual, tactile and emotional senses for increased creativity and understanding. Tony Buzan, a world-renowned authority on brain research, developed the Mind Mapping method to unlock the brain's untapped potential. He found that the brain maps information in multi-dimensional, non-linear, and visual pattern structures.
MindManager uses these key concepts of the Visual Thinking method so you can create, share, organize and communicate your ideas in a simple, creative and memorable way. Because it is designed to work naturally and intuitively with the way you think, it reduces the time you spend, the effort you make and the level of stress you experience, as it simultaneously increases your productivity.
MindManager lets you create maps tailored to your needs. They can range from simple to complex and can be used for a variety of purposes: generating ideas, organizing information, communicating concepts and collaborating on projects
The Inventor of Mind Mapping
Tony Buzan invented the Mind Mapping method based on extensive research into how the human mind works. MindManager uses this method to help you think visually.
He praises MindManager saying: "MindManager is the best thinking tool for helping the silicon brain assist your carbon brain."
For more information about the Mind Mapping method, please go to the Buzan website! Inet ("http://www.mind-map.com/").
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