You who now read these words are doing so with your own unique personality and uniquely developed set of learning skills. You will therefore progress at a pace and rhythm particularly suited to you. In the light of this, it is important that you measure yourself primarily against yourself. The examples contained within The Mind Map Book should be used not as standards that must be attained but as beacons to guide you towards your goal.
When you have completed The Mind Map Book we recommend that you read it again rapidly. This 'after completion reading' will be like meeting an old friend again, and will give you a knowledgeable reader's enhanced perspective on each of the developing segments.
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