"Why can't I sustain a good habit even though I'm excited to have one?"
Inhabit helps you publicly commit to something that requires long-term consistency, such as exercising regularly or going to bed at a certain time. The end result is more concrete habits and improved performance at work and life.
It's not about motivation, but accountability. Inhabit provides an easy way to keep your habit in check, with help from your mates. With Inhabit's simple tools, you'll report your progress, have fun and get surprised by the people who care about you.
Inhabit puts social pressure on you in real time to actually keep doing the behaviors you've committed to build, and doing it with friends who are going through the same struggle makes it fun and interesting.
Leverage your "social credibility" to become the best version of yourself.
Seeing them do stuff will give you the needed boost to get shit done.
Mark activities started and complete to track your progress for yourself and your buddies.
"I forgot", is not going to work anymore.
Inhabit can be great for enhancing team culture as colleagues form a bond over common struggles of habit building and develop meaningful relationships
We are a super early-stage product team and we would love to talk to about how your experience with inhabit has been and what you would like to change about it.
We just want to collect honest 1-1 feedback.
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