Don't Break The Chain‪!‬ 4+

ROUGE41

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 1.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Have you ever heard of the “Don’t Break The Chain” (DBTC) motivation technique
used by the famous American stand-up comedian and director Jerry Seinfeld? The
idea behind this motivation technique is so simple and easy to achieve: Define a
goal and try to constantly do actions towards your goal. So, no matter you are
going to learn a new language, learn how to play Guitar, break a bad habit, write a
new book, or any other activities, the “Don’t Break The Chain” enables you to be
on the right track and forces you to keep doing whatever it takes to reach your
goal.

Interested in the idea and want to know how DBTC works? Well, download the
application for free on your iOS device, add your goals and start tracking your
activities on a daily basis.

What to expect from the Don’t Break The Chain?
DBTC, the motivation app to track your commitment to your goals and
resolutions, comes with a clean and neat design and the interface is so user-
friendly that you’ll get the whole idea after writing down your first goal and
marking the first X on the calendar.

What is X?
Well, you have access to a large year-at-a-glance calendar and at the
first day of your motivation program, you get to mark that day with a red X, if you
manage to do the committed task toward your goal. In other words, did you do
the task you were supposed to do? If so, mark that day with an X, otherwise, you
have broken the chain and you prove your self your not motivated enough.

And the chain starts. Congratulations on starting your chain. You have to keep
doing the tasks every day and mark the calendar with an X to make sure you
never break the chain and you are getting closer to your goal day by day. After a
while, you’ll develop a good habit of doing worthy actions and you’ll see how
motivated you are.
Don’t forget that your chain of red Xs cannot be stopped unless you reach the
pre-defined goal, and you cannot mark a day with an X unless you’ve done what
you were supposed to do.

Don’t Break The Chain main features at a glance:
* Clean and neat design with fresh and intuitive interface
* Learn how to break a bad habit and replace it with a good one
* Track how committed you are to your goals and resolutions
* Easy to learn motivation technique
* Useful for anyone who cares about not wasting their times

So, download DBTC for free, start your first chain and try to be as committed as it
takes to your goal to make sure you never break the chain. The moment you start
a chain, there is no going back and you need to show others you are strong and
confident enough that you never cross the line and always respect the process.

Stay tuned and let us know about any bugs, questions, feature requests or any
other suggestions.

Read more about this motivation technique at:
http://lifehacker.com/281626/jerry-seinfelds-productivity-secret/

Steve Pavlina's 30 Days to Success is also a very similar technique:
http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2005/04/30-days-to-success/

What’s New

Version 3.4.1

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

PrimordialTrooth ,

Simple and Effective

I use this application to keep a record of how often I practice the Wim Hof Method to manage my anxiety and panic disorder. Doesn't have a lot of the bells and whistles of the other apps which I prefer-get it, got it done. Very effective tool in tracking any discipline and it really keeps me motivated to do the task everyday! After a week you really don't want to break the chain. I like it because the desire to continue is self sustained. I am a master of procrastination and laziness and this app has changed my life for the better! Don't think just do. 😄

Nararabbit ,

Good idea, doesn’t seem to be a way to keep “broken” chains

i’m using this app to keep track of how often I avoid doing a bad habit I’m trying to break. However, unless it was a glitch, it seems to delete everything that came before if you break the chain. Maybe that’s the idea of behind the app, but I would like to be able to see even the broken chains because it shows me how many days I’ve avoided doing the unhealthy behaviors, even if they get broken. The badge being only the current chain is fine though. Maybe the current chain could be one color and the old broken chains a darker shade.

Eliyah Wilson ,

Quit smoking using this app

This app has helped me quit so many addictions and poor habits including smoking. I use it for setting a habit of practicing music every day to making sure I run every day. It’s very straight forward and it’s so nice to end the day marking off all of your success. Even if some streaks break, just seeing how much progress there is each month, makes it easy to count your losses in a positive way. I’ve recommended this to many friends who also want to set good habits and break bad ones.

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