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How To Memorise A Speech Using A Mind Map
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How To Memorise A Speech Using A Mind Map
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The first step is to construct a Mind Map on paper. It's best to use coloured pensWhen making a Mind Map, first put your subject in the centre of the page. Organise your speech into main areas and put single key words onto branches that start in the middle of the Mind Map. Branch off into more detail from each of the main areas, always ensuring the branches are connected together and that you use single key words. Use as many pictures as possible to help you to recall those key words. Even abstract words like "party", "process" or "management" can be illustrated if you take a moment to think about it.
Now that you know the basics of creating a Mind Map, here's how to use it to memorise your speech. Focus on choosing the right key words to put on your Mind Map. By taking the time to think of single key words, you imprint that information on your mind. The brain likes key words and you will be able to remember whole sections of your speech simply by putting down a few key words. Make sure you use several pictures, especially for the main topics of your talk. Once the Mind Map is complete, put it somewhere that you can't see it and see if you can recreate it from memory. When you're confident that you can see the Mind Map in your Mind's eye, practise your speech a few times to review the information and commit your speech to memory. You will now be able to deliver the speech without even looking at the piece of paper.
To remember your speech, first make a Mind Map.Concentrate on using colour, key words and pictures.Review your Mind Map and practise your speech.Good luck!Mind Map is a registered trademark of the Buzan Organisation.
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