Collect, manage and find meaning for whatever is on your mind.

Odds are you probably have a lot on your mind. We get that, because we do too. Maple won’t give you the answers to your life’s challenges. But it is designed to enable you to find those answers by organizing and retrieving the thoughts you capture and nudging you towards new insights and actionable outcomes based on your own ideas.

There are plenty of resources that offer you a way to do deal with what you juggle each day. Those tools ask you to work their way, very often on one thing at a time. So you find yourself with an app for jotting things down and another for journaling. You may have several places for keeping your online learning notes. Still others for tracking your sleep or getting feedback from friends and colleagues. All of those mean a lot of apps and passwords to coordinate, which only adds to everything else you have to keep track of. Ugh.

Maple is a different kind of resource. It’s comprehensive enough to enable you to interact with everything you have going on in your head. Consider the many places your mind goes throughout the day. Reminders, To Do’s, Ah Ha moments, off-the-cuff thoughts, something random but inspirational, creative ideas, lists.

That’s all happening daily for you, but let’s face it, you don’t always have a way to handle or focus on it. Certainly not a way to do it that suits your unique style of thinking.

That’s where Maple comes in. First Maple offers you a place to record it all so you don’t ‘lose’ any of it. Next you’ll be able to organize it so you can get at it again in a way that makes sense to you. No more guessing at where something is. Finally, use Maple to help you to appreciate why it was important and what you could do with that understanding.

Everything in one spot. Adaptable to you. Available when you need it. Orderliness and inspiration at your fingertips to support whatever comes to mind, from finding your purpose to shopping lists.

Maple on!

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