Our mission is to support humans in pursuing their goals through tools that foster consistency and structure.
Why You're Probably Here & How We Can Help
Humans adapt new habits because they want to feel good.
They want to alleviate other issues taking up real estate of the mind (mental health, physical health).
They are inherently optimistic because they believe and hope they can change positively.
They know if they put their mind to something, then it can happen - so they start off strong but quickly their consistency diminishes.
Life gets in the way.
They tell themselves:
"I'll get back on track tomorrow"
“I don't have the time now. I don't have the energy now. I don't know how to give myself structure.”
“Maybe if I had an accountability buddy.”
“Maybe if I had a fancy sleep tracking ring.”
“Maybe if I write a motivational post-it on my computer, it'll help."
Maybe this. Maybe that.
And then they fall out of the improvement loop, leaving the resolution unfinished.
When someone is matched with an authentic tool that gives them consistency, structure, and the why behind all of the steps, then they are already 75% on the way to meeting their goal.
But such tools are hard to find.
If they provide habit tracking, they don't provide compassion when there's a day or two that goes by without tracking.
If they provide knowledge and science, they don't provide a practical structure.
Habit Nest has created a suite of accessible habit-forming tools to cater to the individual seeking guidance in consistency, and can bring them true results with mindfulness on their side.
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On our podcast, our partner & host, Jennifer Cohen, interviews massively successful people at the TOP of their respective fields to understand the factors and habits that lead to their success.
A community of people, just like you, who do habit-challenges together & hold each other accountable to their self-improvement goals.