Personal Development Software that Works
The journey of life is filled with magnificent summits, painful pitfalls and wild twists and turns that seem to come out of nowhere. The folks that enjoy this trip the most are the ones that seem to own a mystical quality of contentment. These aren’t the people pretending to be happy by sharing only positive experiences on Facebook. These are the folks that really inspire us; the people that manage a sunny disposition in the face of extreme adversity. They seem to carry a calm space around with them. You don’t know how they do it, but you almost always feel better after speaking with them.
This quality is even more amazing when you look at the times we live in. As a culture, we pride ourselves on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. As a people, we are miserable. Look at our current obesity epidemic. This sits on top of an opioid epidemic. If you look at the stats, 2/3 of Americans don’t like their jobs. 15% hate ’em. No wonder the self help industry is thriving.
We recognize that we are unhappy, we just don’t know what to do about it. We buy books on happiness and sometimes even read them. We go to seminars and are filled with resolution that disappears a week later. Nothing seems to invoke real change. We’re here to help.
We use a combination of technology, lifetimes of advice from many of the great minds of today and yesterday and a number of best practices that will evoke the real change required to become the best version of you. The technology is in development but we will do our best to share each step of that journey with you in our blog. We look forward to having you join us in this odyssey of life.
The Personal Development Social Experiment
While the software is under development we are testing all of the methodologies that we employ in the product in a series of social experiments. The methodologies in use have all been proven successful on their own or in the business world. The experiments we are conducting will gather data to show how these methodologies work together and/or how they translate from the business world to the personal. In an effort to avoid bias, we are not sharing the specifics of the questions we are trying to answer or the hypotheses we have made. All of that data will be shared when the experiments are complete.
These are currently closed experiments but we will be opening them up for a more public beta in the near future. If you are interested in being a participant in that experiment please sign up! In the meantime, to learn more about our methods and practices, please check out our blog.
We will not share your contact information with anyone. Thanks for your interest!