We may have classrooms and teachers for a while longer, but much of the future of education is self-guided. With most of the world’s knowledge available for free on the internet, it will become clear (if it’s not already) that spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for a college degree is ludicrous for an individual and fraudulent on the part of the university.Continue reading “Self-Guided Learning With WeAchieve”
As we can tell you first-hand, starting any new venture is really hard! If you are still working a full-time job, starting something requires you to forego a lot of the usual after-work activities and hobbies to make it happen.
And if you are doing a startup full-time, you are still facing a ton of work and time pressure to get it to a point where it is viable and valuable. In either case, you’ll be balancing some mix of product design, product development, marketing, sales, operations, customer support, and more.Continue reading “Start Something Big on WeAchieve”
We’ve thought a lot about task tracking here at WeAchieve. In fact, two previous iterations of our site had task tracking built into the platform.
On our new platform, we’ve removed it in order to make the platform more cohesive for the user and simpler for us as developers. And frankly we don’t feel like we’ve still found the right way to combine habits & routines (our focus) with one-off tasks in a way that really works for people.Continue reading “Actually Doing Your To-Dos With WeAchieve”
As we’ve covered time and again here at WeAchieve, any big accomplishment that you are shooting for will take time and perseverance. That’s par for the course, and we’re not really here to tell you that. Rather, we’re here to tell you how to make that process a bit easier on yourself. Today’s point on this front is the value of visualizing long-term progress.Continue reading “Visualize Your Long-Term Progress”
If you are trying to get ahead in your career, you know it takes persistence. Work can often feel like a grind. Five days a week. Eight, nine, ten hours a day. Meetings, calls, reports, and more. But “just showing up” isn’t any way to get ahead.
More importantly, you can’t count on moments of high performance to get ahead; a career is a marathon not a sprint. So sticking with things through the inevitable highs and lows is critical. And there’s no better way to do that than to keep track of the steps you want to take that will lead you to success.Continue reading “Five Steps to Improve Your Career”