Happy Easter! What a terrific start to the new year… a record setting January for EEI’s app and book sales — led by The Habit Factor®. In early January, app user Adrian shared his habit factor success story with us. He labeled it his “breakthrough goal” and it represented far more than just a[…]
“Give THANKS for the unknown blessings already on their way.” ~Native American Saying As 2011 nears its end and given that it is Thanksgiving Day, it’s a perfect time for me to say my “thank yous” and reflect a little on the remarkable year that 2011 has been/continues to be. First, The Habit Factor® book[…]
Right on schedule, another holiday — another blog post. Happy Labor Day! A couple more pictures from Dubai Without these photos (maybe even with these photos) it’s all still pretty surreal; those five days I spent in the UAE went by so fast. (It’s a long way from San Diego!) These pics are[…]
TEDx AlAin I should probably pick up where I left off. In the last post I intimated I had a little date in the Middle East. Turns out it wasn’t so little actually, an incredible opportunity to present some “basics” about The Habit Factor® at a TEDx conference in the founding city of the United[…]
“I love the habit factor and use it every day. It has made a real difference in helping me to change my habits so I can achieve my goals. Well done in developing this app. Thanks for the latest update. Some really good developments.”
~Joy in Australia
Before we get into the latest release, I’d like to take a moment to reiterate what I think is the most under-appreciated and perhaps misunderstood factor in personal development; the Habit — Goal relationship.
The more people are exposed to The Habit Factor® and Habit Alignment Technology™, the more startling it becomes that so many personal development experts, coaches, authors, trainers, bloggers (no names) — even Wikipedia, has this concept (pardon my French) BASSAKWARDS… […]
If it’s FREE it’s for ME!
Is anything better than FREE? The AIR is free. The Earth has been given to you. The Ocean is FREE. Your family, friends, relationships (the good ones) ALL free, surfing is FREE (assuming you can borrow a board & the water isn’t too cold). I’m constantly reminding myself it’s the things that are FREE which are PRICELESS and those things that we pay for are often FAR less valuable. A dramatic introduction to be sure but a great way to REITERATE that The Habit Factor®, currently recognized as the premiere Goals & Habits app (iPhone, iPad, iPodTouch) REMAINS — you guessed it, FREE! (limited edition).
So, what makes it “limited”? […]
As one reviewer put it “Wow, Equilibrium has been hard at work. Thanks!”
Indeed EEI has listened carefully to user feedback and incorporated a long list of improvements into The Habit Factor® v.1.5. On top of that, we’re so confident the app will help you reach your goals we’re giving away a FREE, Lite version (limited edition) for you to test without risk!
The fan mail for The Habit Factor® is incredible and it is amazing to see the user-base around the world growing so quickly! We continue to receive many great feature requests (see below). Please keep the reviews and feedback coming! Here are just a sampling of the reviews, email feedback
Martyn B. said, “I have had Habit Factor for over a week now and appreciate it’s simplicity… Well done with the update. Some good improvements… the app is much more useful now that it only shows the Habits for the day.”
Jim M. said, ” Also, I’d like to say great job on these apps. I use Habit factor to track specific daily habits. I update Virtues weekly the goals are more subjective. I added the Eat That Frog application for a brief list of really ugly to-dos.<- The bright green icon is a real benefit because I can’t avoid seeing the reminder.” – Jim […]
The early success of The Habit Factor® for iPhone has been extraordinary. The emails and comments from users keep coming. This comment just came in today; Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 10:40 AM from Steven L. Thank you for creating this wonderful application. It gives me satisfaction to check off daily items that brings me[…]
Aristotle’s first description of moral virtue required that the one acting choose an action knowingly, out of a stable equilibrium of the soul, and for its own sake. The knowing in question turned out to be perceiving things as they are, as a result of the habituation that clears our sight. The stability turned out[…]