Resolutions 2013 App Puts Your New Year's Resolutions on Autopilot

in Productivity

[prMac.com] Redmond, Washington - Resolutions 2013 1.0 helps users keep their New Year's Resolutions by forming new habits. This app is based on other 2Morrow Mobile behavior change apps, which have been featured in the "What's Hot" section of iTunes in 121 countries and downloaded over 250,000 times. Last year's app hit #2 in the iTunes App Store (US) for Productivity apps and this year's app offers new features and improvements.

Resolutions 2013 builds off research by people like B.J. Fogg from Stanford and Charles Duhigg, author of "The Power of Habit," who both explain that it is hard to break old habits, but you can override them with new habits. The Fogg Behavior Model discusses three elements needed for behavior change: Motivation, Ability, and a Trigger. He also promotes changing "Tiny Habits" that are relatively easy to change. Even small changes can be life changing. In "The Power of Habit," Duhigg talks about keystone habits like exercise that can lead to other positive changes. He also suggests identifying the cue that triggers a habit, and then creating a new, better behavior to take the place of the old habit.

40% of the choices we make each day are based on habit, not conscious thought. The Resolutions 2013 app helps people keep their New Year's Resolutions by creating better habits. Once a habit is formed (good or bad), that behavior or thought will keep working automatically...it goes on autopilot. That is why it is important to create habits that work toward health and happiness.

Research shows it takes about 66 days to form a new habit. Resolutions 2013 helps people be successful in changing habits by holding them accountable and offering reminders and rewards along the way so they can make 2013 their "best year ever."

"Willpower can help get you started toward your goal, but it takes habit to create lasting change. We created the Resolutions 2013 app because when willpower runs out, we fall back on our habits." - Brandon Masterson, CEO 2Morrow Mobile.

How it works:
1. Take a Snapshot Score of where you are today
2. Define your Resolutions or goals
3. Identify habits that support your goals
4. Document why this change is important to you
5. Track your progress
6. Stick with it from 7-90 days or until it becomes habit

Users report that the act of daily recording their efforts helps them stay motivated. The app offers over 100 predefined habits or users can create their own. The app focuses on diet habits, fitness habits, financial habits, happiness habits and success habits - with the goal of helping people live healthier, happier, more successful lives. Resolutions 2013 also provides reminders if you get off track and uses your own motivational cues to keep you motivated. Along the way, users can share their progress with others via email or Facebook, earn badges and reach new milestones. The goal is to motivate and reward users for making the changes they wanted to make!

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 17.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Resolutions 2013 1.0, regularly priced at $4.99 USD, is free for a limited time and available worldwide through the App Store in the Productivity category. Android users can download a similar app called My Pocket Coach from Google Play.

2Morrow Mobile, creates behavior change software for the mobile platform. We offer consumer apps such as My Pocket Coach, Healthy Habits, and Resolutions 2013 as well as a Private Label version. 2Morrow Mobile believes that today's mobile devices have the power to improve our lives because they are always with us. 2Morrow Mobile is located near Seattle, Washington. Copyright (C) 2012 2Morrow Mobile. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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