I am a very procedural thinker, and for my goals I like to break each task into smaller sub-tasks repeatedly until I get a many-layer hierarchy with a series of fairly small, simple tasks being at the bottom.
Historically I have done this via Excel, but the problem is for each task or subtask (let's call them nodes) I need to have related information, logical thought processes and deductions relevant to that node. The problem with doing this in excel is that things become cluttered visually and I get overwhelmed with the data.
So what I need is a software (preferably for Windows 10) which allows me to make nodes which have any number of children I desire, and which allows me to have numerous data inputs associated with any node I want, each treated as their own object, and "labelable". The UI should be such that I can select a node to pull up/access any of the related content I want.
Anything to point me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.