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For all of you non linear thinkers

(left hand raised)  I admit it, I do not think in linear progression.

Or I should say, frequently, I do not consciously think in linear progressions.  As a rule, I tend to think and process information either verbally, tactically (e.g. writing down initial thoughts and continuing via exploration), or through pictures: I draw insights and conclusions from time and dimensional disparate data.

Mind mapping tools are great for us non-linear, and/or picture centric information processors.  Here’s a short video from the father of mind mapping, Tony Buzon.

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(hat tip to Mike Brown for this post’s inspiration)