I suggest you ...

Focus on an achievement each day.

Instead of, or as well as the daily concern, I'd rather focus on something I'd done well each day not something I couldn't do. Concentrate on the positives!

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planned  ·  AdminWalter (Admin, inward.me) responded  · 

That’s great feedback and makes a lot of sense! We’re exploring more options that focus on the good and hope to get them in as soon as well can. If you have additional comments on how best you’d like to see this, please let us know as we get to implementing it :-))

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I prefer this to be entirely separate. I have high stress life as it is and part of what I love and need about the app is no performance pressure. Whether cause I'm sidelined for months due to injury, dealing with highly uncooperative people or circumstances, the app as is really helps me deal with frustrations and not beating self up fo what didn get done. THATS what I've needed reinforced and that how-to re acceptance is a tremendous gift! Thank you!

  • Olly commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    That's a great idea. I don't need MD to remind me of what I have to do tomorrow morning - I have Omnifocus for that - and forcing us to come up with something we are concerned about only reinforces negative thought patterns. Replacing this feature with one that prompts us for something we are grateful for makes more sense.

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