Do you find yourself making goals and getting motivated, only to forget about it or get too lazy? DailyFeats.com can help you stay on track. Dailyfeats.com is a new website which can help you reach your goals by taking small steps until you get there. Their philosophy is in two parts, first, “change starts with small actions, simple, positive choices that people make every day” and second, “to create a movement for change…together we can create the change our society needs, starting from the smallest actions and working upwards.” Your goal could be anything from a fitness goal, money saving goal or even a family related goal. Just start there and make small “feats” until you reach your ultimate.
On DailyFeats.com you not only get to look at a plethora of different and unique “feats”, you also get rewarded points for every goal/feat you accomplish. You can use your points towards a gift ranging from $5 to EBay, $10 to ITunes or $25 to Barnes & Noble. If you don’t feel like giving yourself a gift, you can pay it forward. Your points can be donated to charities such as P2V, American Heart Association, JDRF and many more. For every 50 points you earn, one dollar can be donated.
DailyFeats not only offer all the above mentioned incentives, but they can also send text messages and email reminders to make sure you don’t lose sight of your goals. You can also see other member’s progress and leave them a comment or give them a “well done”, “I’m inspired” or “props”. This way you can inspire other members to keep reaching towards their goals, as well as gain inspiration from them.
The CEO and CO-Founder of DailyFeats.com is Veer Gidwaney. Gidwaney is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario. He was named Maclean’s Magazine top 25 under 30 and was a finalist for E&Y entrepreneur of the year award 2002. He is currently living in New York.
Gidwaney’s goals are definitely being met since DailyFeats.com has intrigued many looking to get organized, not to mention some of the big name partners they have. They are partnered with EBay, Walgreens, Monster.com, MTV and Tommy Hilfiger, just to name a few. The press has also received DailyFeats.com warmly. Oprah.com said; “Studies have shown that people who track their good habits are more likely to keep them up, and sharing that information with others gives us a boost of pride—even for simple tasks like popping a multivitamin.” They have also caught the attention of Mashable.com, USAToday, Self Magazine, Shape and Boston Magazine.
So if you are looking for some self improvement then this site can definitely help you get there!
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