Learn to Brainstorm with A BulletMap
Sunday nights can be a flash point for families with dyslexic children. Their heads can overload with thought and concerns. How do you find out what’s going on in your child’s head to help them? Do they even know what’s going on in there? At BulletMap Studio we call dyslexic minds “zero-gravity workshops”. I explain it to kids with this video illustration. We have developed a little life transforming tool, it’s called a ‘SundayMap’. It’s something you can do as a mum to help your child cut through the confusion that builds up to a ‘Stress bomb’ on a Sunday.
The SundayMap is a reliable way to defuse it. Parents are loving it and so are the children. The child gets to mind dump and parents actually see what’s swirling around in there. No more interrogating them to find out what’s happening at school! No more Sunday night arguments and stress bomb explosions.
It’s a form of mind mapping we have developed. It works like this:
1. Mind dump into a bullet point list on the left of the page.
2. Sort it by mind mapping the keywords.
3. Decide what the next step is.
We call this a Bulletmap. There’s lots of them. This one’s name is SundayMap. You can learn it in 20 min.
The result? A happier child who appreciates how you helped them cut through the overwhelm and confusion.
Regular Price is at $25, but you can get it now for $7.
It also comes with a free 1 hour study group session.
Listen to a ‘Dyslexia Explored’ podcast episode wherein a parent shares her experience with her dyslexic daughter after doing the SundayMap course.
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