Mind Mapping: Visualize Money in Motion

Rouillier, Peggy J.
May 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;May/Jun2011 Practice Management Sol, p20
Academic Journal
The article discusses mind mapping as an important management tool in financial planning. It says that mind mapping strengthens visual thinking to present information and connect ideas. The author defines a mind map as a picture or diagram wherein tasks, goals or ideas are placed in the center and then expands outside by connecting thoughts. She relays that she started mind mapping using the MindManager software from Mindjet Corp. She considers visualization using color as a powerful way to demonstrate the flow of money to clients. The article presents a chart that shows the consultative process mind map.


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