I was reading a bunch of self-improvement blogs, similar to this one, and thought...
"There is so much great advice out there! I need a better way to track it all!"
A lot of these sites mentioned goal-setting and habit development. They mentioned the usefulness of setting 30 day or 21 day challenges.
But there weren't any great apps or websites out there to track such challenges.
The apps I found either focused on goal-setting or habit development. Not both.
And they tended to be too tedious and the habit development apps tended to focus on habit tracking into infinity instead of setting a finite amount of days as part of a challenge.
I spent that summer imagining this idea and drawing it out on paper.
But I didn't know how to solve this problem because I had no programming knowledge.
I decided the smallest step would be to create a blog and write about the topics first.
I think it's better to solve a personal problem than to empathize or imagine problems.
This is because...
And even if my startup doesn't become a massive success, it will still be a success because it has solved at least one person's problem, mine.