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Free online tool: make progress on your goals

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06-20-2012, 03:05 PM
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  Old  Free online tool: make progress on your goals

It's consistent effort over extended periods of time that yields the real results. It's only by making the commitment to regularly chip away at our goals that we will see true improvement.

The chain calendar is a dead simple motivational tool designed to help you build your consistency. By building up a chain of crosses for each day you do your task, you are more likely to continue it.

I put this together a couple of months ago. It's completely free and dead simple to use, just something I made share around and help out others.

If you like it, or have any feedback, just let me know!

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07-01-2012, 06:05 AM
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That is quite a cool idea, Orrin. I am test driving it right now.

Functionally, I haven't noticed anything that would bug me - it is doing the job just fine so far.

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I appreciate such an application. I noticed in my personal life by having a checklist everyday. I know I can't finish a lengthy list but do feel accomplished that I can see what I have done when having a reminder of what I need to do.

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Thats's awesome I am going to begin using it right away. I keep a written list daily and always feel better when I check this things off the list. It is nice to prioritize. DO you ever plan on adding any more functionality? Like creating a to do list and when you check all of those items off you get your red cross?

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