Art Tip #3 - How to Mind Map — Jenny's Sketchbook
How to Mind Map. Pick a main topic. Draw a circle in the center of your paper. Write down your main topic inside the big circle. Look at your topic. What's the first thought that pops into your head? Write it down anywhere on your paper. This is a subtopic. Circle it. Repeat that process for any other ideas or themes that come to mind. Draw a line to connect those subtopic circles to the main topic. Now branch off each subtopic & repeat brainstorming process.
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Wendell Berry, 2012, Applegate. This quote is simple yet it helps remind us that we all stand on the earth and we all benefit from its presence. It can be used as a direct quote in my speech, used to enforce the idea that the task of caring for the planet is the responsibility of each and every human being.