Kodiak helps you break down long-term goals into achievable weekly wins.
Bring your goals and deadlines into a single space. Set measurable and achievable actions for each goal.
Break your long-term goals into monthly checkpoints for better clarity on what you are working towards.
Review and assign weekly tasks so that your goals are prioritised in your busy schedule.
Know what you've achieved and what is left to do so you know where you are on your journey towards achieving your goals.
This is what we are keeping top of mind as we build Kodiak.
Decide what work you're going to do this week, not this year. Figure out the next most important thing and do that.
David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried
A bad goal is foggy, vague, and distant. A great goal is so clear, specific, and close you can almost touch it. (This is crucial to keep you going.)
What is the smallest amount of progress that will be useful to the essential task we are trying to get done?
Is your vision a dream or a goal? If it isn't on the calendar, it isn't real.
Top people have very clear goals. They write it down and make plans for its accomplishments.
We think we need to change our results, but the results are not a problem. What we really need to change are the systems that cause those results.
We need to transform all the "stuff" we've attracted and accumulated into a clear inventory of meaningful actions, projects and usable information.
Timeboxing enables us to think of each week as a mini-experiment.
"Someday" is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you.
It doesn't so much matter what you do with your time; rather, success is measured by whether you did what you planned to do.
From small tasks to big picture goals, Kodiak helps you clarify your goals, and work towards them week by week.