Breaking the Patterns

Hello!  I just wanted to take a moment to highlight some points regarding MindMaple  that I believe are quite significant.  MindMaple has arrived at the perfect time, since the nature of work has notably changed as a result of our current economic situation.  Workers are having to wear multiple hats, performing not only their jobs, but others as well due to layoffs.  Workloads and projects have increased in addition to workers needing to be more creative and innovative to help grow business.

In terms of education, students and teachers are subjected to increased pressure and workload as well.  On a personal level, this overload then bleeds into individuals’ lives making it difficult to manage home, family and work.  This situation has left people overwhelmed, hindering them from taking on extra projects, finishing tasks, and completing work with as much quality.

I know my tone and content in this post appears to put a damper on the MindMaple celebration, but there is a happy ending to this story.  I promise.  This is where MindMaple comes in as a solution to this problem.  MindMaple enables people to be able to successfully tackle their work and take on projects they may not have been able to otherwise.  This product helps individuals to think more creatively and be more productive in both their personal and professional lives.

One of the greatest things about MindMaple is that it is for both beginner and advanced use.  It has a very user friendly interface which will not be daunting for new users and provides structure for the maps when you are just getting started.  In time, with more use, there is ample room for creative freedom with MindMaple and you can design your maps how you like with numerous features to choose from to enhance it.  Also, there is a context sensitive tool bar, so new users are not bombarded with the many options available.  Just another way MindMaple is very intuitive.

Now, I know that when you are stressed and overloaded, it makes it challenging to try something new and break ingrained, long standing patterns of the way you would normally brainstorm, take notes, and outline.  But let me point out the obvious…It has not been working well enough and you are still overwhelmed, right?  So, what do you have to lose?

I, myself, know how easy it is to get comfortable in habits even though they are not serving me.  So, the new year is coming.   Why not make a new year’s resolution to manage your life better, feel better, and try something new?  Who knows, perhaps MindMaple will revolutionize the way you think, work, and communicate forever.



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