Backlog: The best way to manage your projects. Wiki, tasks, files all in one place. This is like taking good parts of JIRA and Trello, combined into one tool. You can start for free.
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Business idea: Everyday – 365 Action Planning.
There’s a way to master virtually anything – publishing your work every day.
Seth Godin’s short writing, Brandon Stanton’s portrait photos, Jack Butcher’s valuable illustrations, Mike Winkelmann’s graphic art: These are results of the daily commitment over the years.
However, crafting works every day for such a long period is easier said than done. First, you don’t have time. Second, it’s tough to stay motivated and keep doing the same thing over and over again. Everyday – a mobile app to plan daily commitments – helps you out.
The app looks like a content calendar – you enter what you’re going to publish on a daily basis, and it reminds you if there’s a blank. It also lets you enter what you are focused on improving each day, encouraging deliberate practice over mindless repetition.
For paid users, you can post content directly from Everyday and measure the performance, which is another way to track your daily progress. Also, it helps you to find like-minded peers and mentors who give you feedback and motivation.
Now that almost everyone on the planet has access to the Internet, it’s easier than ever to learn new skills.
However, the Internet gives you too many distractions at the same time, making daily commitments impossibly challenging. Everyday is the solution to this noisy world.
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