Keep the chain
"Keep the chain" is a tool to keep consistency with your goals, and in your life. It is a simple prototype of a complete new way to keep track of your life, and to reach new plateaus. The premis is simple; keep the chain as long as possible.
You might want to do a good deed every day, exercise every day, make sure you write something every day, or something completely different. It just have to be something you need to do for a longer period. Note: If you are tracking, e.g. exercise, you might want to keep a day, or two, off every week. If this is your workout regime, then you should just mark these days done, as it is still part of the chain.
More information can be found at http://keep-the-chain.com
- Kill procrastination
- Increase productivity, and proactivity
- This tool works with local storage. Nothing is stored on any servers, it is all in your local computer!
- Obviously, the restriction are that you are not able to switch to another computer, or other browser to continue the tracking. It will only be stored in your local browser.
- You can download the tool, share it, and even modify it.
- This tool is released under MIT license, and the design is copyright 2012 under Dream Conception.
- IE9: If you are using file:// access, the local storage do not work.
To get started, you simply put all the files in one directory, and access index.html. Download the zip and unpack, or just fork it.
Start by setting a goal to track, such as e.g. exercise every day, or write down a new idea every day. Then start track it every day.
Tip: The system works best if you see the timeline as much as possible to keep remind you about the work day. It can be in a second monitor, or wherever you like.
Dan Schultzer works at Dream Conception. This project works as a standalone prototype by Dream Conception, for an upcoming project. It is meant to be used as a consistency tool.