When you write a book on productivity, you are frequently presented with a variety of interesting productivity applications. Whenever I am presented with such applications, I make it a point to internally review every one. Most of them are pretty good, and they’re intended for a specific audience; however, every once in a while I come across a truly innovative one. Goalscape is just that (www.Goalscape.com)
In this post, I’ve created a little Goalscape review video for you that gives you a tour of Goalscape. But I didn’t want to bore you with a simple feature set tour; thus, I decided to teach you about Zappos founder, Tony Hsieh’s model for happiness, which is covered in his book, “Delivering Happiness,” (my favorite read of the year).
So, without further ado, here’s the video. I hope you enjoy it. I had some fun making it for you!
If you can’t focus and watch the video (heh, heh), here’s a summary of what Goalscape is:
What Goalscape is:
In their own words, “Goalscape is the revolutionary new way to set goals and motivate, prioritize and progress to achieve whatever you are passionate about. Unlike other program and project management software and task tracking tools, Goalscape is so easy and fun to use that goal setting becomes a quick everyday process and your goals themselves evolve as your personal goal setting skills improve. So you will be better organized, more focused and less stressed! And it works equally well for business and personal goal setting.”
Who’s Behind Goalscape:
Believe it or not, the story of Goalscape is not nearly exciting as who’s behind Goalscape. The software was crafted by a mix of olympic athletes, competitors, designers and developers. The foundation in which Goalscape was built gives it an edge over applications that were just crunched out for fun. Goalscape’s foundation is built on purposeful goal-setting, which makes it unique. You can view the Bio’s of their team here and then click the bottom that says “About Us.”
Where to Get Goalscape:
You can pick up a copy of Goalscape by clicking here. They have a Free Trial, which will allow you to test the waters before you invest.
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