Boss as a Service

Boss as a Service

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Gaëtan
Gaëtan
Love to code, build things and sell them
1 review
Amazing experience with BAAS. When you're a founder / CEO of a company, you basically have no accountability (except from your clients, the market & yourself of course) but it's not like having someone to coach you and holding you accountable on your business AND personal goals. This is exactly this problem that Boss as a Service is solving: it gives you the accountability & coaching you need to succeed, develop discipline & reach your goals. With their help I have been able to crush all my objectives, finishing a 75 hard challenge, growing my startup & more importantly develop a strong, self-disciplined character to be able to reach my ambitious Goals. Thanks to Roshni and the BaaS Team for inventing such a simple yet so powerful service for business owners. 🙏🏼
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Srikanth Kannan
@srikanth_kannan
1 review
Easy to use tool that immensely benefited my deep work
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Nuno Tavares
music producer
1 review
BAAS was an absolute life-changer . I've been a procrastinator for as long as I can remember (tried all kinds of different techniques and apps to change my ways, with no success) and this service turned that around 180 degrees. There's something about accountability coming from other humans - something about us helping each other achieving goals, moving forward - something that I cannot quite explain, but that really worked for me. The human factor is definitely what makes BAAS stand out. Amazing idea - simple yet extremely effective implementation.
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Jesse
Jesse
Dad. Engineer. Consultant. Very Tired.
1 review
I've been a BaaS user for over two and a half years. With BaaS, you get a specific person (a personal individual), who will follow up with you in the specific way that YOU ask them to. They will talk to you, ask questions, and adjust to what you say. If you're the kind of person, like me, that needs to talk things out loud, having that sounding board is a game changer. Because of BaaS, I completed several rooms in my house, am halfway through a degree, and have completed lots of work and family items. I love how customizable and adjustable BaaS is. I can ask my boss to follow up on my sleep, my family, my work, or even just to ask me how happy I feel. It's definitely one of THE most valuable things I pay for - and for the price, it's a steal.
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Sofie L
Sofie L
I have been using BaaS for about 2 weeks now. Its a game changer. I knew about the service for awhile, but the fee seemed steep (although completely fair, these are humans doing a job, after all) when I was a student. I decided to try it now that I have a steady job and let me tell you, the 25 bucks is well worth it, I wish I had given myself this tool when I was still a student! I dont use BaaS for work, but for how I spent my time after work. Harshita helps me make my days fullfilling and fun by motivating me to actually engage in my hobbies and self care, instead of stewing in my ADHD paralysis, doom scrolling for 6 hours and then going to bed. The service: I sent my Boss my todo's in the morning over whatsapp. I also have some recurring tasks going. I text her pictures and videos throughout the day as proof for completing the tasks. She cheers me on and reminds me about the things I still have to do. We are dealing with a bit of a time difference and shes free on sundays, but she answers everything eventually. This definitely only works for a certain type of person. My roommate immediately said "you pay her.. So why would you do what she says"... Yeah, this wouldnt work for her. But if having someone else witness you failing on a daily basis (while being strangely okay with watching yourself fail) sounds like hell to you, this is really going to help. In the past 13 days, Ive only skipped one run (which I made up for the next day). Ive painted, Ive read, Ive cleaned my house for 15 minutes every day instead of letting it get so bad I need the entire sunday to clean up. I sent my todo list to Harshita in the morning and dont have to spend energy during the day on convincing myself to do any of it. I dont have to spend energy on being sad about another day wasted. It saves you so much energy and time (and money, if you make a big weekly grocery run one of your todo's, pro tip), that I truly believe this service could turn a lot of peoples lives around.
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Recommended this product

Its a good way of doing some introspection and forcing yourself to confront the reasons why you're procrastinating. It also explains the reasons why you're doing it so you can control it and suggests ways to overcome it.

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Marie Denis
Co-founder Threader, creator Women Make
64 reviews
Recommended this product

I like to see concrete ways to help me not procrastinate anymore.

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Gezim Hoxha
Founder, CommerceOwl
19 reviews
Recommended this product

I gave this a quick whirl and it actually got me thinking about why I was procrastinating.

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Mubaris NK
Full Stack Developer
73 reviews
Recommended this product
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tom gauthier
@tom_gauthier1
1 review
Recommended this product
So simple yet so powerful. I think I tried working with almost a dozen accountability coaches before, but BAAS is definitely my favorite. It's cheap, it's simple and my "boss" is very nice and motivating. If you're working by yourself, adding accountability with a real human being that is not your other procrastinator friend (is it called a "brocrastinator"?) will help you get twice as much done. Plus: you have somebody to celebrate your victories with! Thank you BAAS, you helped me get a lot of things done and contributed greatly to my mental health! Now I feel like I can do anything, as long as I have my "boss" to commit to/
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