Frequently Asked Questions

It’s sort of like fight club, but you talk about it.

It’s part self-help, part peer-pressure-for-good, part narcissism.

Because it will help you achieve your goals.

If you don’t want to make yourself or the world better in some way, then don’t join. (Don’t do us any favors. How’s that for a guilt trip?)

Resolution Club“Pinky swear,” is how we made a solemn vow when I was a kid. Linking pinkies and executing a pinky swear meant it was seriously legit. Breaking a pinky promise was worse than stepping on a crack. And we all know what that can do.

What was I talking about?

Anyway, don’t welch on a pinky promise. Don’t break your resolution. You’re better than that.

And if you’re not, everyone will know it.

It’s pretty simple. You’re already on social media all day stalking your high school prom date, playing Bejeweled Blitz staying connected to your peeps.

All you do is enter your resolution details and track your progress…or not.

We’ll ask you to post your resolution to your Facebook account and when you follow through we’ll give you props — and so will friends following your resolution.

When you don’t, you’ll hear about it…from us and from your followers.

We’ll track your progress, provide you a nice metrics dashboard, and collect all your accomplishments in one location.

Hit us up if there’s some way we can improve the service.

Then what are you doing here?
Ummmmm, because you want to succeed?

Don’t just take our word for it. John Norcross, Ph.D., co-wrote a book called “Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions.” He says that people who make their resolutions public are generally more successful than those who keep their plan to themselves.

Right here, right now.

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