Time management based on your Goals

Use your Goals to guide your Missions and stay accountable

Man on a mission icon

Goals Target icon

What is a Goal? A Goal is something you care about, and which you want to make room for in your life. Goals need to impact your time management strategy, for you to build habits for success and life balance.

In the main page you choose a set of Goals. We currently have 12 goals you can choose from:

  • Happy progress icon Self care and growth
    Want to build better self care and personal development habits? Then this goal is for you. Includes missions on self care habits, including creative habits, exercise, morning habits, meditation, journaling and time for yourself
  • Couple holding hands icon More Couple time
  • Child brain development icon Time to think
  • Chef cooking icon More productive at home
  • Hobbies, art, and guitar icon Hobbies and passion projects
  • Exploration icon Do more new things
  • Girl running icon No procrastination
  • Cleaning work icon Less time on household tasks
  • Calendar time icon Have more unclaimed time
    Unclaimed time is time in which you have not scheduled anything. You can use this time to rest, or use it to dedicate to one of your pursuits spontaneously, when you reach that time. The main idea is that this time is not pre-scheduled. Having more unclaimed time improves feelings of time pressure and overcommitment, bringing you calm and peace.
  • Girl working at laptop icon More productive at work
  • Happy family icon More family time
    Improves quality of family time and family work life balance. Built a habit of reconnecting with your loved ones and doing fun and educational things together.
  • Work life balance icon Improve work life balance

You can set your goals here:

Based on the Goals you put in, we will recommend you missions. Each mission includes time management strategies and best habits to get your goal accomplished. The missions act as an accountability system, helping you progress towards your goals.

After you set your goals, you will see your Recommended Missions like this:

You will also see other missions which you can still add to your recommended list, even if they come from different goals.

We recommend you start with a few goals, and then you can add more as you are getting better at handling more missions. Starting with just a few goals helps you stay focused, and cultivate the best habits that will support you in accomplishing your goal, rather than get distracted and only do a few steps in each mission. Work with this strategy if you know that there are one or two areas of your life that need special care and attention, and where accountability will be a real help in getting you successful.

A different strategy is to add more goals that you are aiming to keep in balance, and then make a choice that keeps you focused at the mission level. Choose the best missions that fit you from recommended missions. This strategy cultivates flexibility in work life balance, and helps you integrate multiple parts of your life.

Ultimately, you can always choose and refine your goals as you keep finding out more about the missions and yourself. By interaction with the missions and making room for reflection you will discover more about the things you need, what is having an impact, what is driving great results and what types of progress and missions you are feeling resistant to.

There is room to explore, so just go ahead and