Clinton or Obama - Mindmapping Uncovers the Best Candidate
As the Presidential election looms in the distance, Democratic supporters continue to face the difficult decision of which candidate will receive their vote.
While some voters stick to the traditional method, others have turned to alternative techniques for determining the best candidate during this election. One of those techniques now being implemented is the age old process of midmapping.
When asked, a representative from http://Graphic.org told us: “We have seen a significant increase in the number of voters using mindmapping as an easy and effective method to choose the right candidate. By creating a visual aid such as a mindmap, you are able to analyze all of the pros and cons for each candidate, before dedicating your support to one Presidential hopeful.”
If you are still a little unsure as to how a mindmap can help you decide on Clinton or Obama, the rep from Graphic.org went on to say that a “mindmap forms a powerful visual picture of information and allows the mind ’to see’ undiscovered patterns and relationships. The most common example of this is the calendar. By placing key information about each candidate into a mindmap, you will be able to visually see each candidates faults and benefits, as they come to light throughout the campaign.”
Making an informed decision when it comes time to vote for a new President is difficult at best. As the primaries continue to run, there is always new information surfacing about each party, rendering it near impossible to keep track. For those voters battling with the always difficult electoral decision, mindmapping may very well be the best tool at hand.
One leader in the field of mindmapping and graphic organizers is http://Graphic.org. Their website offers free information, detailed examples and plenty of great resources for those of you interested in finding out more about mindmapping, learning comprehension and graphic organizers.
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