Gettings things done is not that complicated. You might think you need an app with SMS reminders, calendar reminders, alarms, push notifications, and endless other features to help you NOT be lazy.
The truth is, no app, not even the Sixthings app can help you if you're not willing to take responsibility on your life.
It all comes down to YOU. Are you ready to take ownership on your life?
Sixthings app is simply a tool to help you weed out and filter all the nonsense and unimportant tasks you fill your day with. Even if you are the CEO of a major company, I'll bet you can narrow down the most important things you have to do to a list of six items (or less) each day.
Use the Sixthings app for 30 straight days, and you'll be friggin' surprised at how many (important) things you're getting done.
Ok, so breath iiiiiiiiin, and breath ouuuuuut ... now LET GO of all the 100 task to do lists, the reminder apps, the 10 push notification a day apps, and all the STRESS. Get focused, decide what's important, and Sixthings will help you do what you already know you gotta do.
You'll notice Sixthings has no option to set reminders for your tasks. You don't and shouldn't need help to remember what's important. And plus, who needs ANOTHER push notification clogging up their little screen!? When you're ready to for your next task (and you'll know when that is), take your finger and press on the app icon. It's that simple.
The idea behind the six things app is not a new idea. The inspiration to create this app came from a blog post I read describing the "Ivy Lee Method". You can read more about his story at James Clear's blog post here: http://jamesclear.com/ivy-lee.
I began to apply this method and saw how simple it really makes your day. It inspired me so much, that I decided to create an app to help others apply the system to their own lives. It all boils down to this:
1. At the end of the day, enter the six most important things you need to do tomorrow.
2. Prioritize them.
3. The next day, focus on the first task, and don't move on until you've finished.
4. Continue this approach for each task. Whatever's not done, move to a new list for the next day.
5. Repeat daily.