100 Hours Project

A simple offline way to keep yourself accountable

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Nadia Eghbal
Nadia EghbalHunter@nayafia · GitHub
Buy a card, choose an activity you love to do, post the card somewhere visible, and mark off each time you spend an hour on the activity. Reminds me a bit of Jerry Seinfeld's calendar X's.
Tyler Hayes
Tyler Hayes@thetylerhayes · Bebo
@nayafia I like that Seinfeld has become known for that calendar X'ing method. It really is smart, though. This looks smart.
Jack Smith
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@thetylerhayes @nayafia yep. Called 'don't break the chain' I believe
Colin Loretz
Colin Loretz@colinloretz · Reno Collective
Fantastic, ordered 2. I'm learning some new skills and this card is going to sit right where I do my "100 hours." I may or may not be a sucker for letterpress goods.
Juil Yoon
Juil Yoon@juil_yoon · Photographer. Programmer for fun.
Would have loved to try this out when I was in Canada, but being in Asia, it is much faster to just make one for myself. I really like the simplicity of this and think they would make great gifts.
Matthew Spear
Matthew Spear@matthew_spear · CS Student / iOS App Developer
Am a bad person for just making my own over ordering one?
Dev Aujla
Dev AujlaMaker@devaujla
@matthew_spear Not at all. Do it! We just want people to do more of what they love and try recording it and checking it off. It ends up making it about the process and becomes kind of addictive.