How can you present information so that it is remembered and acted on?
Want to know how to get information across to readers and listeners so they absorb it, and can act on it? Chuck Frey recommended this book to me and I've never read anything that does a better job.
Call me old-fashioned if you want, but I don't like marking books. There are some though (if it's your own copy), that you have to treat as tools, and any way of pulling the most out of the book is fair game - including marking it up.
Here's a small image of the mind map I made. You can click on the image for a full-sized version
And here your can download the MindManager mind map file (Made-to-Stick.mmap) itself (if it appears as a WinZip File or some other compression format, see the note 'Download problems' below). MindJet have a viewer at their site. It's free to download and use and there are Windows and Mac versions. If you open the .mmap file, you will be able to read the notes attached to some branches - notes that give more explanation that you won't see in the image.
If you use Firefox or Chrome you will not experience a problem downloading the .mmap file. With Internet Explorer, you may.
MindManager files are actually zip (compressed) files. They contain the mind map data (an XML file, icon images and other information). Internet Explorer recognizes the nature of the file from its content and, without being asked, changes the .mmap file extension to .zip. If the 'Made-to-Stick.mmap' file appears as just 'Made-to-Stick', this will be caused by the default Windows setting to suppress file extensions like '.mmap'. Then it may show up as a compressed file type (e.g. WinZip).
In that case, when you get to the the Save As dialog
That should resolve the problem.