The sky is no limit



June 2016


This mind map is an update from the version made in 2012, immediately after Felix Baumgartner’s jump from space. One of the things I did not know and learned later is that Baumgartner suffered from claustrophobia. He said in an interview with the Guardian: “I only started getting anxious if I was in the suit more than an hour. You can fight your way through an hour. But if it takes five hours you’re never going to win that battle. So that’s why I had to address it.” That makes his space jump even more remarkable. Felxi Baumgartner challenged himself big time.



JumpBaumgartnerPresented are  7 lessons that can be learned from the jump from space. First of all the content has been improved (and ordered in a better way). Secondly the lay-out has been enhanced.


About Hans Buskes

I am a professional mindmapper, I help companies map their business, I am author of two mindmap books. My clients are law firms, municipalities, banks, consultancies and high-tech companies.
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