What is Coach.me?
The Coach.me app is a simplistic app that aims to help you set and reach goals through creating new habits and helping you sticking to them. It is an application available on Web, iOS and Android.
“Instant coaching for any goal”
– Coach.me tagline – how can you NOT love that?
Why do you need Coach.me
To achieve goals you usually have to create a habit (something that you do regularly). Soo what is a habit? According to Wikipedia:
How can we create habits?
To create some form of habit we need to change something. As James Clear writes about habits and he argues that:
Change is hard. You’ve probably noticed that.
We all want to become better people — stronger and healthier, more creative, more skilled, a better friend and so on. According to James there are two steps to change your beliefs about yourself:
- Decide the type of person you want to be.
- Prove it to yourself with small wins.
Coach.me can help you with showing the “small wins” in nice graphs.
How does it work?
1. Select your habit
2. Check in your habit
Second: every time you do a habit – you simply open the app, select your habit and click one time and the habit turn green and you are now done for today. You can tweak your habits so that you do not have to do it every day, for instance you can select a habit for them in that case 5 days of the week.
3. See your progress over time with graphs:
Coach.me tracks and display graphs to show users how many times the habit was performed, over the past weeks / months. It even HIGHFIVE you after you have done a habit 21 times -> the number 21 is what is considered to be a standard for your neurological patterns to shift and change to create a new pattern.
4. Community powered.
5. Ask questions
How to use it?
As Techcrunch states you click a “Big old button” if you achieve your goal. All information is public by default (you can of course set your goal to be private). As the app tracks your progress, it populates graphs with your data and showing you how consistent you are, fueling your motivation even more. Here is Coach.me: s own
Do I want to improve or not?