This is an interesting and fairly useful book, but it spends too much time making theoretical claims of questionable value, and not enough time showing you how to mind map.
Nancy Margulies's Mapping Inner Space is much more useful and carefully conceived.
The Mind Map Book (Mind Set) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2003/5/8
'Tony Buzan's "Mind Map Book" will do for the brain what Stephen Hawking's 'A Brief History of Time' did for the universe.' Raymond Keene, 'The Times'
Tony Buzan is the world's leading authority on the brain and learning. His ground-breaking note-taking technique, Mind Maps, offers a route to improved study and better understanding. His million-copy selling books on the subject have achieved massive success in more than 100 countries and have been translated into 30 languages. He has lectures worldwide and acts as advisor to numerous multi-national companies, governments, leading businesses and international Olympic athletes. He is also President of the Brain Foundation, founder of the Brian Trust Charity, the World Memory Championships and the World Championships of the Brain.
Brand 113 Inc
I really hate to quit a book before the end, but I just couldn't keep reading this one. Without much of a plot, or a likeable character this book is even worse than "The Wars" by Findley. It pretty much embodies crappy Canadian literature. A total waste of time.