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.
The interface looks very user friendlyCons:
Unsure about the lack of clarity on how the referees work in holding someone accountable to telling the truth.
I absolutely love the idea! With New Years resolutions around the corner, I can see this being used by many to tick to the goals they set for themselves. Having friends and peers to help push you to your goals can/will help immensely.J.B. has never used this product.
Probably good if you’re AmericanCons:
Laughably pathetic list of uk charities.
I was really keen on this initially, but it’s misleading. Communities is nothing of the sort as there’s no interaction, just reporting, and it looks like no one reads anyone else’s anyhow.
My biggest gripe, however, is the laziness displayed by the uk charity setup. The “anti climate change” choice I dont think has existed for 5 years. They’ve listed only the 3 major political parties - surely the extremes would be better? UKIP, the Greens, Momentum, the ERG, Tommy Robinson, Leave.EU.... and to top it all off, nearly half of those listed are....football teams?? I’m sure there are a few passionate female football fans, but seriously - heard of Brexit, maybe? The DUP & it’s anti-abortion stance? Lazy & gender biased. A simple couple of hours with Google could have come up with 100% better. Utterly unimpressed by these Yale Graduates, as they dont seem to know much outside of Amerca’s bordersLauren has used this product for one day.