Indie hackers, digital nomads, solo founders, bootstrappers, side project builders: This is for you.
The number one question you should be asking yourself is: Are you doing enough hours of deep work? If you start to measure it, you'll be surprised.
Side projects succeed when you stick with it for longer than you'd like to. But, abandoning something that isn't working is also an optimal move. Super hard, right?
How often have you yielded to the urge to open a new tab and go on YouTube, Reddit, check your email, or browse Twitter "productively"? You need an external motivation.
The most valuable part of our service is the process that you'll learn. It's not just the hardware device. It's the hardware + the website + the app + the process coming together.
These reviews are from the handful of early beta users, before the method was proven. Thankyou, believers.
I love tracking my time with it. It's currently a little on the chunky side, I can't wait for the sleek post-beta device.
“I'm a bit biased, but, I measurably doubled the amount of deep work that I do in a week!
“I've cut down on distractions more than I expected. My vimrc is a shambles but git commits are way up.”