9 Tools You Should Use To Help Achieve Your Personal Goals

These apps will keep your life on track.

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| May 31 2019,

3:18 pm

Goal-setting for your work or personal life can be a hard concept to grasp. Task-management tools can be used as reliable resources to assist people in keeping their life in order. Tools such as tech apps can hold you accountable for reaching certain tasks and goals to help you manage your life. Check out these nine tools you can use that are guaranteed to keep your life on track.

1. Asana

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Asana is a reliable resource for managing work-related assignments. The platform is particularly a favorite among businesses since it can be used to focus on goals, projects, deadlines and daily tasks. It’s also very user friendly as well. It provides employees the opportunity to share details and assignments between coworkers in order to track projects and goals.

2. Digit

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Digit is the perfect app for those who like to manage their money and bank account. The app has a one-of-a-kind feature that analyzes user’s spending habits and then saves the amount automatically every day. It’s great for handling money for your credit card, emergency fund, and student loans. To make it even better, the algorithms for the app analyzes your income, how you spend and your savings patterns so you don’t have to change your lifestyle. It’s a lifesaver for those who are making the effort to manage their money better.

3. Trello


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Trello makes task management fun by allowing people to work together through boards, lists, and cards by adding comments, attachments or due dates. The platform provides users the opportunity to visually see who's working on specific tasks in a customizable way. Users can work on tasks and stay organized from anywhere, no matter if its at home, work or on vacation.

4. Strides

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Strides assist users to stay up-to-date on their personal goals and habits. It’s a platform that keeps users motivated in achieving a range of goals such as drinking water, save money or sleeping. The app has four unique track types below:

  • Helps you track good and bad habits
  • Allows you to reach a goal by a certain date
  • Provides a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or rolling average for habits  
  • Offers milestones when projects are completed on time.

Some other features include setting goals step-by-step using templates, documents, history, streaks and success rates. It also includes reminders to help you stay organized and on top of tasks.

5. MyFitnessPal


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MyFitnessPal is a great app to use to meet fitness goals. It can users reach certain goals such as losing weight, getting healthy, starting a new diet and more. The app has a feature that assists users with their diet and food intake using tools such as a food database, a recipe importer and a barcode scanner. People can also track their calories, nutrient and water intake. MyFitnessPall also has a feature that can document workouts. Users can choose from over 350 exercises and log in their steps, cardio exercises and strength exercises. The app also provides users the opportunity to connect with the fitness community and friends that can hold them accountable, keep them motivated, and share their progress.

6. Nike Training Club

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Nike Training Club is another great fitness app that you can be accessed anywhere to help users achieve their health goals. The app offers strength, endurance and yoga fitness goals options to help individuals stay fit. What makes Nike Training Club stand out from others is every workout and drill features Nike Master Trainers and some of our favorite athletes. There are 15 to 45-minute workout options that can be personalized for each person such as body-part focused workouts, and strength, endurance, yoga and mobility workouts. The levels range from beginner to advanced and the intensity ranges from low to high. Nike Training Club helps users stay focused on your goals by providing tips and guidance. There are also workout recommendations provided on the app with daily “Picks For You”. Nike Training Club is great for those who have an Apple Watch. It has features that allow users to monitor their fitness activities, heart rate and calories straight from their wrist.

7. Woebot

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Woebot is a cool app that caters to users mental and emotional needs. The platform provides guidance using tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It helps users track their moods and helps them manage certain challenges and symptoms such as anxiety, stress, depression, loneliness, pain management and more. The app is like mobile therapy. It provides daily check-ins and chats by providing advice, insights and skills to help users work towards becoming the best version of themselves.

8. Jour

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Jour is a journal based app the helps users track and document their personal “Journey.” It caters to certain areas of improvement such as feeling calmer, sleeping better and users overall mental health through journaling. The app helps individuals become more aware and in-tune with their internal and mental state by helping them manage self-care habits, stress and anxiety. Jour has interactive features that allow users to write whenever they want, record events in their life and keep track of their emotions by utilizing practices that are used by health professionals. Jour can help users sleep better, achieve personal goals, record dreams, and take care of their overall well-being.

All of these apps are beneficial for people who are looking to are all useful in helping you become the best version of themselves mentally, physically and emotionally. They are great resources to aid people in keeping their life on track so they can live a healthy and stress-free life.

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