The Ultimate Book of Mind Maps by Tony BuzanI read “The ultimate book of Mind Maps” by Tony Buzan. It is a self-help book that teaches you how you can organize your mind and work with multitasks effectively. We are all agreed that the human brain is totally different than a computer. This book teaches you how to adopt this method in your daily life.
Mind Maps take on the same structure as memory itself. Once you draw your own mind map, you rarely need to go back to it again. Mind Maps help organize your work, activities and tasks.
To start to draw your own mind map, first you have to start in the center of the page, adding your main idea. From the main idea you draw arrows outward in all directions, producing a growing and organized structure composed of key words and key images. You might use key words, colors, symbols, icons, arrows to help you remember your own map.
Now Tony Buzan has established online mind maps so it is easy for everyone to create his or her own visual plan. It is for everyone; businessmen, students or individuals.
I strongly advise all my colleagues to read this book and to createtheir own mind map. It will help them to be more organized. Personally I tried it(*blow chart) and it was very useful to reach my goal.
LUCK NUMBERS..9. KNOWLEDGE OF LUCK.. URDU/ HINDI ONLINE
Chinese Lucky Number 9
Nine is the number of magic. Nine is a sacred number. Nine is the number of completion and fulfillment. Nine is a symbol of wisdom and good leadership. Nine is the number of heaven. In Hinduism nine is the number of Brahma, the Creator. They thought of nine as unlucky as it is one short of ten.
Did you know that if you press a Chinese elevator button to go to the 50th floor of a building, you may actually only be going to the 35th floor? This is because many buildings in China not only omit the 13th floor, but are also missing any floor containing the number 4, which is considered to be the unluckiest number in Chinese culture. The Chinese have many superstitions about numbers, often related to similar-sounding words in the Chinese language, which are called homophones. In fact, the Chinese are so superstitious about numbers, that they will often spend big money for "lucky numbers" in their life. Eight is a particularly auspicious number in Chinese culture. Not only is that the case, but Chinese people will specifically avoid unlucky numbers during big holidays, such as Chinese New Year , or before a big exam like the SAT or Gaokao. The Chinese believe that doubles bring blessings.
Ordinarily, I try to keep the math to a minimum when I discuss an aspect of Numerology. In the case of the number 9, however, the math highlights a philosophical observation that is unique, interesting and very revealing. So bear with me, please, because from a purely mathematical perspective, the 9 stands apart. Here is why:. When you multiply any number by 9, then add the resulting digits and reduce them to a single digit, it always becomes a 9. There is nothing coincidental about this peculiarity.