HabitCoach

Habits to follow from the best life-changing books.

HabitCoach contains more than 500 habits from the 40 best personal and professional development books available! Discover what people do daily to be wealthy, healthy, and happy.

Reviews

  • Martin VoynikovProduct and Ops at eezy.ai
    Pros: 

    Can't find

    Cons: 

    It's not improving lives

    I don't like the concept of having more quick fixes at your fingertips. Usually these things take time, passion, and a deep understanding of the subject, to be effective.

    Martin Voynikov has never used this product.
  • Mateusz KurletoTech entrepreneur and investor @Neoteric
    Pros: 

    Something I can use each day!

    Cons: 

    More books soon probably

    A lot of coaching and management books in one place!

    Mateusz Kurleto has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Greg SwieradMaker@greg_swierad · Put books into action with HabitCoach.
👋 Hey Product Hunters! 📖 Story About a year ago, I started designing this application because I wanted to put some of the best books I read into practice. You know the feeling—I was always promising myself that I would come back to a good book and read it again or at least apply its best ideas into my life. But it’s a lot more difficult than I thought it would be. All the available apps and websites with book summaries are too abstract for me. So, I decided to take it in my hands and make an app that will tell you what you should actually do. 🚀 Now Today, I’m happy to give you all that HabitCoach has to offer. We now have 41 books in the app, including the latest book by Timothy Ferriss: Tribe of Mentors. We add about one new book each week. Check out these books in the app: 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management or The 4-Hour Workweek. Why not book summaries? Books are about two things: having a good mindset (that can be shaped with a good story) and practice. You will not find either one of these values in any book summaries I know. So, why HabitCoach? As Anthony Robbins says, repetition is the mother of skill. HabitCoach is about (1) learning what books are really about and (2) enforcing a system of repetition. Founders tend to make products that will be good for others. I made something that I actually use every morning myself. 💖 Thanks Thank you, everyone, for sending me messages of support, bug fixes, and feature ideas! I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts about HabitCoach. 😊 Please send me any questions you may have--I'm here for you!
Chris Spiegl@spieglio
@greg_swierad Congratulations on the launch. It's out there. It's growing. The new version looks fire and I am excited to see where you take this and which books are next (maybe a "coming next" section would be exciting to add to the app to build some anticipation). Building habits is one of the most important things to creating a successful and this app definitely helps me in doing exactly that. 💪 keep going 💪
Greg SwieradMaker@greg_swierad · Put books into action with HabitCoach.
@spieglio Thanks, Chris! That's a great idea with "coming next". I will definitely consider adding it!
Kamil Kamiński@kamil_kaminski1
awesomesauce! 🙌 I always feel bad reaching for another book knowing that I didn't really implement anything from the previous one... Reading is one thing but IMPLEMENTING makes the whole difference
Greg SwieradMaker@greg_swierad · Put books into action with HabitCoach.
@kamil_kaminski1 This is exactly the main assumption of what the app is about. Thanks Kamil!
Jeffrey Wyman@jeffrey_wyman · At the intersection of Tech and Business
great idea and implementation
Greg SwieradMaker@greg_swierad · Put books into action with HabitCoach.
@jeffrey_wyman Thanks! Let me know if you have any suggestions.
Justin Rosales@godsgotvision
Excellent concept. I REALLY loved the video. The 90 second story you shared is really inspiring. Did you use the Storybrand method to put together that video?
Greg SwieradMaker@greg_swierad · Put books into action with HabitCoach.
@godsgotvision well, actually I wrote the script by myself, and then I outsourced whole video production on Fiverr for $120 ;)
Ash Pearson@productpearson · Product Manager
That books page was useful.. ;)