The Mindmapping of Adam Sicinski: Mindmapping as an Art Form

Recently I was exposed to the mindmapping of Adam Sicinski.  I have to tell you that Adam’s mindmapping is more than mindmapping – it is art.  Adam reached out to me via the MindManager Enthusiasts Network.  And I am glad that he did.

An objective of this blog, in addition to business and education mindmapping, is mindmapping that helps you in your everyday life.  

The Mindmapping of Adam Sicinski certainly does that.  You can look at his mindmaps for hours and learn all kinds of things.

One mindmap that I found particularly powerful was his mindmap entitled “Strategic Questioning”.  

Click on the mindmap to enlarge:

I firmly believe that it is the questions we ask ourselves that largely determine the trajectory of our lives.

For example, you could say “Why do I have such rotten luck?” or you could say “How can I successfully overcome this?”  Both are questions.  

But the former keeps you where you are and limits your possibilities.  Whereas the latter expands your thinking and drives you to find a solution.

So questions are powerful and we must be careful of the questions we ask ourselves.  Adam covers both the “weak” and “strong” questions on his mindmap.  I encourage you to download this and other mindmaps from his site.

To download PDF versions of his mindmaps click here.

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2 Responses to “The Mindmapping of Adam Sicinski: Mindmapping as an Art Form”

  1. The Questioning Mindmap: How Do You Frame Your Challenges? « The Mindmap Blog Says:

    […] Questioning Mindmap: How Do You Frame Your Challenges? In a recent post, I talked about the great work that Adam Sicinski is doing over at Study Matrix Blog.  I […]

  2. The Blueprint to Success: Adam Sicinski Does it Again « The Mindmap Blog Says:

    […] Blueprint to Success: Adam Sicinski Does it Again In a previous post I wrote about the incredible mindmapping of Adam Sicinski.  Recently, he created a mindmap that is […]

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