Here are some books well worth looking at. What have you enjoyed reading that would be useful to other members? It doesn’t have to be a book. It could be a DVD, an article or even a workshop you’ve attended. Send me your reviews and the best ones will appear on this page.

How to Mind Map: The Ultimate Thinking Tool That Will Change Your Life

by Tony Buzan

While there’s probably nothing new about MindMapping in this book, it’s good to have all the information in one place. It describes all the different applications of MindMapping – for example, in making a difficult decision, or preparing yourself for something that’s making you nervous.

Tony Buzan, the author explains how the brain thinks laterally rather than in a linear fashion and how, therefore, MindMapping complements the way that it already works best.

It’s quick and easy to read – and a great introduction to MindMapping.

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Exam Stress? No Worries!

by Su Dorland

How many of us have had to cope with pressure and stress at exam time?

This book gives advice on how to juggle exam revision with work and family and goes on to describe how to discover the real source of the stress. It then offers you mental exercises, to keep you calm and centred.

It includes a CD of relaxation and visualisation tracks to help you on your way.

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How to Develop a Brilliant Memory Week by Week: 52 Proven Ways to Enhance Your Memory Skills

by Dominic O’Brien

Dominic O’Brian, has written umpteen books and like Tony Buzan’s How to Mind Map, there’s nothing new here. The beauty of it though is that all his best ideas are all together in one book. It’s full of tricks and techniques to help you get the most from your memory. Sure, not all of them are going to be best for your learning style, but some are, and it’s definitely worth a look.

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