2 Minute Habits

Productivity app helps overcome procrastination in 2 minutes

Our app was inspired by the author of best seller book “Atomic habits” James Clear and David Allen’s 2-minute rule for improving productivity, which states, “If it takes less than two minutes, then do it now.” A new habit shouldn’t feel like a challenge.
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6 Reviews5.0/5
Android version, please
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Aleksandr Lanin
Maker
Entrepreneur & Product designer
@dracknife I'm glad you like the idea! Will think about creating this app for Android!
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Alexander Isora 🦄
Founder @ Unicorn Platform.
Maan your landing page is made of images. It is loading so slow. If you need a convenient landing page builder for your app, please come to my profile page.
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Aleksandr Lanin
Maker
Entrepreneur & Product designer
@alexanderisora thank you for your feedback!
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Aleksandr Lanin
Maker
Entrepreneur & Product designer
Hi PH! I know that the Productivity theme is everywhere now. It's all about time-management. planning, productivity, etc. etc. The irony of it all is the feeling of guilt. I bet you have felt like a total loser when you failed over and over struggling to be productive. Why did I decide to create a productivity app when everyone is "a bit" fed up with this? This is actually the exact reason why...I am constantly looking for a new way to help people become mindful of their life. I want people to feel happy about themselves. Overcoming procrastination and laziness may be hard, but it doesn’t always have to be. A new habit shouldn’t feel like a challenge. That’s why we’ve created an app based on a strategy that couldn’t be easier to use - the 2-minute rule. The rule is simple: starting a new habit should never take more than two minutes to do. Instead of trying to engineer a perfect habit from the start, do the easy thing on a more consistent basis. Making a habit as easy as possible to start will lead you down a more productive path: anyone can meditate for one minute, read one page or put one item of clothing away. The 2-minute rule is effective because once you start doing the right thing, it becomes much easier to continue doing it.' Let me know whether you have tried this method or eager to give it a shot!
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Craig KennedyExecutive Coach
Love this! But what does the purpose number refer to and what is the deadline for?
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@craig_kennedy I agree. The app needs a tutorial.
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Aleksandr Lanin
Maker
Entrepreneur & Product designer
@craig_kennedy thank you! The app is based on a 2-Minute Rule practice. It states “When you start a new habit, it should take less than two minutes to do. This is a powerful strategy because once you’ve started doing the right thing, it is much easier to continue doing it.
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Aleksandr Lanin
Maker
Entrepreneur & Product designer
@oculta hi Michel! Did you have a look at the video tutorial on the App Store? Please let em know if it's not clear! We'll make a new one.
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Adrian WilsonDigital Content Media Specialist
I really like the look of the app and the whole concept as well, I think I’m going to try and adopt it.
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Aleksandr Lanin
Maker
Entrepreneur & Product designer
@adrian_wilson1 Thank you, Adrian! Let me know your thoughts one you use it!
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