Browse the bestseller shelf in any bookshop or airport stationer and you’ll see enough self-help books to fill a library on their own. Modern life is full of pressures and distractions, and we all need strategies to help us navigate the business of day to day existence.
But who has time to read self-help books? That’s just one more thing on your already towering, creaking, ominously leaning to-do pile. What you really need is an app that helps you keep everything together.
If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll already be aware that Mogul is a hugely successful operation that aims to help women achieve their potential in the workplace and outside it. The company has won masses of awards, reaching 124,000,000 people across 196 countries & 30,470 cities. Its advisors include Chelsea Clinton, Margaret Cho, and Katie Couric.
And you can get in on this action with Mogul, a unique productivity app. Mogul is designed to help you organize – and therefore accomplish – your professional and personal goals in a positive and supportive way.
It’s easy to feel as though you’re already working at maximum capacity and never actually getting anything done. That may well be because you are. Mogul aims to break this cycle by instituting two daily rituals, one in the morning and another in the evening.
In the evening you’re invited to reflect on what you’ve accomplished and learned that day, identify areas that could be improved, and make a plan for the following day. You create tasks and goals by simply dragging them into your schedule. Cleverly, Mogul integrates with your existing calendar, so there’s no fiddly extra admin.
Then, in the morning you’re encouraged to start the day off right with an overview of the previous day, including any goals you set for yourself based on the stuff that you didn’t quite nail.
You’ll get reminders and notifications for your tasks, too, and the app gives you access to Mogul’s huge and active global community.