X Development of artistic skills and visual perception, which in turn enhance memory, creative thinking and self-confidence.
Stress-reduction, relaxation and self-exploration. Pleasure.
Providing good 'role models' for other Mind Mappers. Achieving a greater understanding of the work of great artists.
Commercial. (For example, a five-year-old English boy became entranced with Mind Maps, started to do at least two a day, and sold each one for five times his weekly pocket money!)
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