The Money Building Blueprint Mind Map
The Money Building Blueprint mind map explores how to build a plan of action to help you better manage your finances.
There are certain things that wealthy people do that helps them consistently make smart financial decisions. Of course, anyone can make these same decisions. However, it’s only possible when we change how we think about money. Or, in other words, change our relationship with money.
The mind map specifically breaks down the mindset and beliefs of wealthy people. This is all about the perspective and the approach that wealthy people bring into situations where they handle money.
The remainder of the mind map outlines a list of self-assessment questions you can ask yourself that will help you to better understanding your financial position. Moreover, it will help you build a plan of action for securing your financial future.
The questions focus on understanding your current financial position, getting clear about your financial goals, eliminating financial self-sabotage patterns, learning from past financial decisions, effectively tracking your money, making intelligent purchase decisions and investments, growing your savings, and ideas on how to start earning more money. The questions also explore how to live more frugally and how to start building a financial retirement plan.
So, this is all well and good, but why present all this information within a mind map?
Well, mind mapping is a very clever method for storing, organizing, prioritizing, learning, reviewing and memorizing information.
A mind map presents an overview and summary of a body of knowledge that fuses together words and pictures in a way that helps us to better remember and recall that information at a later time.
Mind mapping seamlessly blends logic and creative thought to help us think more proficiently and effectively about the subject we are learning. It essentially helps us to expand our ability to think laterally and logically in any given situation.
There are, of course, many incredible benefits of mind mapping. Here is a list of just a few:
- Helps us grasp a big picture overview of the subject under study.
- Improves our capacity to explore detailed snippets of information.
- Helps improve our memory, retention, and comprehension of information.
- Helps us organize information into easy to remember chunks.
- Helps reduce mental clutter, cope with information overload, and overwhelm.
- Stimulates the imagination and encourages creative insights and ideas.
- Helps enhance our level of focus and concentration while working or studying.
- Helps expand our ability to take effective, better organized, and more comprehensive notes.
- Makes learning and organizing information fun and exciting, which subsequently strengthens our interest in the subject matter.
- Helps accelerate our ability to solve complex problems.
- Helps unlock unexpected creative insights and ideas.
- Helps trigger creative associations between seemingly unrelated bits of information.
- Helps us save time while working, studying or learning.
And as far as the Money Building Blueprint mind map is concerned use it as a reference guide to help keep you on track as you work toward your financial goals.
Store it on your tablet, mobile, computer or alternatively print it out. Read through it consistently each day and allow the ideas and questions presented within this mind map to seep into your subconscious mind.
Do, however, keep in mind that knowing without doing will not move your financial life forward. It’s, therefore, paramount that you develop an action plan for implementing these ideas consistently over the coming days, weeks, and months. Only then will you build the momentum you need to achieve your financial objectives in the years to come.
To access additional financial and money management mind maps please feel free to explore IQ Matrix, which is the home of hundreds of self-growth mind maps.
The article was written by Adam Sicinski. Adam is a life coach, mind mapper, doodler and visual thinker. He founded IQ Matrix in 2009 and has created over 350 self-growth mind maps.