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Why this habit app?
Remember that time that you made a decision to change your life, to achieve more and accomplish a goal or two?
Once the initial motivation wore off, did you fail to follow through
and did the habit fall away?
Ahhhh, the memories.
Imagine how different your life would be if you had just stuck with it.
If you struggle to see your goals through to the end or feel like you need an extra push, then this habit app is like the drill Seargent of change.
It uses daily coaching and accountability to help you achieve your goals.
This habit app leverages your human bias of loss aversion, using it to compel you to take action.
Accountability combined with Loss aversion can
TRIPLE the odds that you WILL follow through.
The daily coaching comes in the form of bite-sized AM and PM sessions packed with tips and advice to keep you focussed on your goals.
It helps you build a habit by staying consistent with daily check-ins
(verified by a short journal entry.)
If you don’t check-in, you forfeit $2 immediately.
This consequence is so small but it is an effective motivator.
You can choose from different 30 day modules depending on what you want to achieve.
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Behaviour Economics + Proven Habit Formation
and Success Principles.
A study called the Hawthorne Effect (or Observer Effect) showed that individuals modify or improve an aspect of their behavior in response to their awareness of being observed.
Habit reCode acts as a digital accountability partner by monitoring your check-ins to improve consistent repetition.
Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Daniel Kahneman and his associates discovered that humans have a tendency to strongly prefer avoiding a loss to receiving a gain (loss aversion).
Loss aversion neatly explains the phenomenon known as the endowment effect, the tendency for people to place a higher value on something they own than on an identical thing that they do not own.
Habit reCode uses this human bias as a powerful psychological motivator, if you don’t check-in you lose $2.
Although small, this consequence pushes you to follow through.
Some of the most well-known names in the world of habit formation are Professor BJ Fogg and Author Charles Duhigg. These experts outline the various best practices for building good habits including the strategies like starting small, habit stacking and the need for consistent repetition.
Their strategies form part of Habit recode’s daily coaching.
The first principle of success for goal achievement is the act of physically noting down your goals and the second most important step is identifying the actions required to get there.
Habit reCode requires you to commit a journal entry and this goes a great distance in fulfilling the most important principles of success.
The Keystone module and “The One Thing” module delve deeper into these principles.
You get reminders via notifications.
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