Share Your Experience Tracking Your Resolutions

January 24, 2011

Misha Chellam had a great suggestion to create a form so people can share their experiences tracking their goals and resolutions. Here’s a form where you can share your experiences. Note that the data is publicly shared here.

To help you start, Misha’s example was:

My name is Misha, my goal is to be more time-efficient, which involves focusing more attention on discrete tasks, I’m using the Pomodoro method (and should be logging my results in Daytum, though I’m not 🙁

Share your experiences here »

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