Most people are motivated to achieve a particular goal they want. It can be losing weight, getting up early, learning a new skill, or even getting into a habit that they know is good for them but makes them uncomfortable. The problem is most don’t succeed, and I think it’s because they never make the switch in their mind – they never decide “this is me from mow on – I will …”
A study and development of a method(s) to help people make the switch. In my experience from experiments I did myself and from observing others, until someone does not make the switch – by themselves and in their own mind – these changes they want to achieve, the goals they want to reach, mostly do not materialize.
During your day you might encounter a situation when you need a bit of encouragement or reminder.
Software that runs in the background of your computer, tablet, and smartphone, and monitors your behavior. When it detects certain signs it will determine by those and by past experiences what would be the best message for you to hear at that time. You will then hear (and also possibly see a video clip of) your favorite motivational speaker delivering that message to you. You can then give feedback if it hit the spot or not so that the software can learn to be more accurate.
So you won’t forget what’s important to you.
An app that allows you to enter a list of motivational messages that are important for you, select the time frames you would like to see them (from 6 AM to 9 PM) and how many times during that period would you like to see them. The app will alert you at random times with a random message from the list. You can adjust up or down the frequency of any of these by clicking on a button in the alert to see more of that message or less.
Music can be uplifting and short motivational messages can help too.
An app that combines your favorite music playlist with your favorite motivational messages. After every music piece is played, a message is also played before the next music starts.