December 24, 2009
New Stuff from Goal For ItGoalforit, the free online resource to help people set, manage and achieve their goals, came out with two new features recently.
The biggest change is the Habits & Daily Goals Chart, a great way to help you maintain your focus on setting and achieving goals. You can create interactive graphs that showcase your step-by-step progress on practicing the daily habits that help you achieve your goals. You can also set up a points-based reward system to provide additional motivation.
A few of the features include:
• To Do List (new): Users can easily create and keep track of all types of lists, daily tasks and routines so they can get organized, manage priorities and get things done.
• The Chore Chart (for children 4-12). With the Chore Chart, parents can create a custom behavior charts that reward children for doing chores and good behavior. Given the epidemic of childhood obesity; it also makes a great tool for parents that want to create a structured way to make sure their kids are consistently getting more exercise and eating healthier.
• Goal Tracker: A simple to use application that allows users to set specific goals and action plan steps. Great for tracking New Year’s Resolutions.
• Community: Members can share their personal experiences and knowledge and create personal networks consisting of family and/or friends to provide mutual support, motivation, and the opportunity to work together in overcoming challenges and celebrating achievements. All tools on Goalforit can be set to private if the user chooses.
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You may want to check out http://www.GoalsOnTrack.com, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals and todo lists, and supports time tracking too. It’s clear, focused, easy to navigate, worth a try.
Posted by: harry | Dec 28, 2009 1:35:53 PM
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