Mindmap © Hans Buskes
This mind map was made as a training for the live mind mapping I will do on TEDxDelft on the 7th of november. I used the presentation (viewed over 2 million times!) of Simon Sinek (“how great leaders inspire”) for practice.
Simon’s talk lasted 18 minutes, I clocked at 22 minutes. The reason for this is that I started 2 minutes later. I always do that when live mind mapping. It gives me a better opportunity to grasp the story line of a talk. If you start immediately you might get the wrong main branches forcing you to start over. The other extra 2 minutes I used to polish up the mind map. The first branch I made beforehand, the pictures I added afterwards.
By the way for the 18 TED talks in Delft, I’ll make the central images beforehand. It’s my belief that a good central images contributes to the visual power of the mind map.
Reactions (is this mind map a fair representation of Sinek’s presentation?) are welcomed.