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Boss as a Service

Making sure you achieve your goals by giving you a boss

BaaS helps you achieve your goals, acting as a boss for your life. It monitors your progress by making sure you’re completing your planned todos, and if you’re falling behind, follows up till you finish them. It makes sure you actually follow through on what you plan, and that your New Year Resolutions are going strong in February and beyond.

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Publicly

Build in the open

Publicly is a simple way to track all the great things being built in public by all the brave makers willing to share their progress.

Medium
10 days ago I wrote about our plans to build Publicly. Today I'm very pleased to write about our official launch. I have scheduled our posting to Product Hunt, which should be appearing on the homepage very soon. Daniel and I have been working very hard to put the finishing touches to the website.
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Goals in Google Calendar

A calendar that finds time for your daily goals

Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Founder @ Lysa. Ex-Google.
If you're using Google Calendar, it already has a task management system integrated inside the web app. They're now called goals, as they are more flexible, and placed intelligently in your calendar at a time you're likely to be able to complete the task.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Founder @ Lysa. Ex-Google.
That's exactly what Goals in Google Calendar does. Choose how often you'd like to do something, and it will auto-populate your calendar with sessions when you have free time.
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Cowrkr

Bringing social accountability to work 🙊

Cowrkr is an initiative to help makers keep themselves socially accountable. We connect two makers at a time and we help them keep each other accountable till their respective projects are completed and then they move on to another maker.

EbrahimKhalil Hassen- Entrepreneur
Interesting and important idea - build publicly and have someone to hold you accountable
Medium
So I've been a part of a group of makers on Telegram called 🚧 Work in Progress made by Marc Köhlbrugge for a couple of weeks now. Being in a group filled with makers whom you've always looked up to...
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Sorted for iOS

Fast task scheduling, reminders and to-do lists

Balance and Sun- addicted to apps
Sorted is the best to do app i have ever used and i hope they continue to develop it, far into the future! It is ahead of it's time . check it out !
Harry Ng- Making @Stay_Sorted
If you have tried every app out there, but still having long lists of tasks, but not getting things done. Sorted may be the answer for you. With the task scheduling concept in mind, you can make better decisions about time.
Balance and Sun- addicted to apps
better than any.do, Wunderlist, todoist.
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Task Fighter is a productivity app that connects your Google Calendar to show your week events in a "Beat'em Up Game" style.

TekCrispy
Año nuevo, es momento de establecer metas a corto y a largo plazo. Para lograr esos objetivos tenemos que trazarnos pequeñas tareas. Son esas tareas las que muchas personas, que aprovechan al máximo la tecnología, agregan a los calendarios digitales, como el de Google.
Genbeta
Al principio de un nuevo año siempre es un buen momento para establecer objetivos que debemos cumplir. Existen miles de aplicaciones para manejara una lista de tareas, pero hoy vamos a hablar de una apuesta muy llamativa. Task Fighter utiliza nuestra cuenta de Google Calendar para crear y acceder a las tareas que tenemos pendientes.
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stickK

Empirically proven to transform goals into reality

stickK is a free goal-setting platform created by behavioral economists at Yale University. Unlike other goal-setting platforms, our methodology is specifically structured to help people leverage the power of incentives and accountability and is empirically proven to increase people’s chances of success by up to 3x.

Entrepreneur
As an entrepreneur or business owner you know the truth of the old saying that sometimes you have to spend money to make money. But, you also have to save money to have money! And saving more money consistently ranks as a top financial resolution people make each New Year.
The Seattle Times
Keeping New Year's resolutions is ultimately an internal struggle for us all. But there are things you can do to address that struggle and succeed. Share story Ah, the end of one year and the beginning of another. That contemplative time when the days are dark, the nights are long and we reflect - after waking fitfully at 3 a.m.
Villagevoice
Dieting apps are almost as old as app stores themselves, though at first these programs were little more than simple expansions on the tried-and-true food diary. The most popular meal-logging apps, like Calorie Counter and Lose It, now tap into vast online databases of foods and their nutritional content.
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What apps or tools are you using to support your New Years resolutions?

Walter SomervilleSr. Interaction Designer, Walmart Labs
Trello - Organize anything, together
"I use a Trello board to keep track of my resolutions. In fact, I have "Dream Board" which I update every year to check on how I've done, ad… See more
Zenkit - The project management tool that grows with you
"Zenkit is a project management app that offers many different views on your data like the mind-map view, kanban board, spreadsheet, list, a… See more
Habit List - Manage habits w/ a clean interface showing streaks & trends
"I put my resolutions into the Habit List and it really helps me to keep track of how I'm keeping to them (daily, weekly, monthly analytics)… See more
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