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01.3.07

Joe’s Goals Gets the Job Done

Filed under: Joe's Goals, Productivity, Web Apps — Hogg @ 9:53 pm

Got New Year’s resolutions? Want to make yourself better? Just want to do something? Joe’s Goals can help you do it.

Joe’s Goals is pretty simple and basic in its approach, but I find it very effective. All you do is add you goals, select either a positive or negative goal, and then check it every time you do (or don’t do) that goal. You get positive points for every time you do something good, and you lose points every time you do something bad.

Here’s a sample of some of my goals:

Joe’s Goals

Inspired somewhat by Benjamin Franklin’s 13 Virtues, I built Joe’s Goals to make it stupidly simple to create, track, and share your personal goals. It is a productivity application that is actually easy enough to use.

About Joe’s Goals

Another cool feature of Joe’s Goals, is their Google Personalized Home Gadget, which adds a little line graph showing your point totals for the last week.

So if you need help with some motivation, give Joe’s Goals a look.

They said it better:

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2 Comments »

  1. Just checking out my “name”. My roots come from the HOGG line that settled in East Texas (Rusk). Joe, not Joseph, is the given name.

    My family line goes backto a “John Hogg” mid 1700’s in New England area.

    God Bless,

    Joe

    Comment by Joe Hogg — 05.2.07 @ 9:36 am

  2. Great Site!

    Comment by Joe Hogg — 05.2.07 @ 9:36 am


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