Mind Maps

What is a Mind Map?

Example of mind map
An example of a mind map (How to focus in the age of distraction)

A mind map is a visual way to organise and learn information.

Mind maps can help you to break down complex information, memorise information, and see the connections between different ideas.

You can learn how to create your own mind maps with my FREE Mind Mapper’s Toolkit.

Examples of Mind Maps

We created the mind maps below to help us understand a range of topics.

Wondering what program we use to create these mind maps? We don’t actually use any mind mapping software. Each mind map is drawn by hand and touched up in photoshop (this helps us cement the information in our brains).

Please click on each mind map to enlarge.

small global warming mindmap
Figure 1: Combating Global Warming mindmap
*NOTE: Translated versions of this mindmap

Figure 2: Behaviour Change for Climate Change
*Note: Behaviour Change for Climate Change Guide
Chemistry Mind Map
Figure 3: Chemistry mindmap

Health mindmap
Figure 4: Health mindmap
Human biology map
Figure 5: Human Biology mindmap (Central Nervous System)
Energy audit mindmap
Figure 6: Energy Saving Tips for your School

Figure 7: Science of global warming

Figure 8: Impacts of global warming

Figure 9: Strategies for taking action on climate change

Figure 10: Waking up to climate change

Figure 11: How to connect with nature

Figure 12:Creating effective behaviour change programs

Figure 13: Get Motivated

Figure 15: How to Mind Map

Figure 16: Procrastination Buster

Russian Translation:
Procrastination mind map
Portuguese Translation: Afaste a procrastinacao

Figure 17: Breaking the cycle of cynicism

Figure 18: Population and the planet

plastics mindmap small
Figure 23: Plastic Detox: Deplastify your Life

Croatian Translation: Plasticni Detox
Spanish Translation: Desintoxicacion Plastica

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Want to Use a Mind Map?

If you like one of the mind maps above and would like to have a high resolution version, please consider making a donation (e.g. a cup of hot chocolate is greatly appreciated and I would be so happy with a cheap lunch!).

Steps to follow:

1. Simply click on the ‘Donate’ button below.
2. Decide “Do I buy Jane a hot chocolate ($5AUD), a cheap lunch ($10AUD) or give her a fine dining experience ($20AUD+)?”
3. Send me an email specifying the mind map you would like to receive a high resolution copy of.

Once I receive the donation and your email, I will email you the mind map.

Click to see 10 things you can do with a high resolution mind map (these are all things people have done with our mind maps).