A Map of Your Mind

By     Oct 6, 2015

Field Notes

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CC See in Colors via Flickr

CC See in Colors via Flickr

This week on Field Notes, we're talking about career paths. We've broken this conversation down into four questions. We'll dive into a different question each day this week. Today, we focus on where you are now in your career. How do you know where you are? What skills do you currently have? 

You might have used a mind map to sort ideas you've brainstormed about a project or create an outline of a specific topic you are researching, but have you ever used this tool to map your own career path? A mind map is a creative and simple way (but also incredibly detailed) of breaking down your goals and passions in this world and mapping them to your career. Check out this guide on creating a mind map for your career path.


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