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Mind mapping is a way to brainstorm, make a plan, or turn ideas into the steps needed to make them happen. There are plenty of great tools out there to help you build, organise and share mind maps. Here's a look at five of the best, based on your nominations.

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Building healthy habits is tough and you won't find a shortage of different advice for doing it. If you're looking for a systematic approach, productivity blog Asian Efficiency has put together a huge guide for how you can build habits using mind maps.

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Change is rarely easy, but it is inevitable, and it's important that you account for it. When you don't, problems arise because one part of your life is now different, yet the way you go throughout your days is the same. Next time your life shifts in a noticeable way, create a change map to help you alter your regular routines so you can avert the disaster that comes with staying a doomed course.

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Mac/iOS: Regardless of the type of work that you do, brainstorming is an important part of generating new ideas and new approaches to getting your work done more efficiently. Mind mapping is a brainstorming technique that helps you get all of your interconnected thoughts out in a diagram, and there are a number of complicated tools designed to help you do it. MindNode for Mac and iOS is pricey, but it's one of the best tools we've seen for the job.

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There are plenty of apps for creating flow charts, mind maps and other types of diagrams, but Diagramly is ready to go the minute you visit the site. It's remarkably similar to Microsoft Visio, but it's accessible from pretty much any web browser and doesn't even require signing up.