Problems With Conventional Notes
- When you note a lecture, you can’t keep up. Inevitably, information is left out and lost.
- If you write quickly, the lecture becomes an exercise in taking dictation, not making sense of what’s said.
- If you do write masses of notes, you make a mountain of paper to revise afterwards.
- Later, how can you identify important ideas in this mass of paper?
- If something becomes clear later, how can you add information in the right place?
- If you have these problems, maybe you need Mind Maps.