Sandglaz embraces our imperfect nature by allowing us to plan in flexible milestones
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) January 10, 2012
Statistics show that breaking goals into incremental milestones is the most successful technique to keeping new year's resolutions and achieving one’s goals. Sandglaz is an online task management app that does exactly that—it breaks down long task lists into milestones: daily, weekly, etc. Individuals and small businesses from 150+ countries already rely on Sandglaz to manage their tasks and stay organized. It is the top rated app in the Chrome Web Store in both the Productivity and Utilities categories. Today, Sandglaz launches out of beta and offers a limited time launch promotion.
Sandglaz is easy to use yet powerful and customizable. Sandglaz’s mission is to transform managing tasks and incremental milestones into a dead simple exercise. It offers a zero-friction interface with drag and drop and freeform task entry while allowing easy collaboration. Sandglaz users can create multiple workspaces called “grids” and share each with its own audience and collaborators. This allows them to capture all their life tasks from home to work in a single location.
“Capturing your task list in a single location is the first step.” according to Zaid Zawaideh, Co-Founder of Sandglaz, “You also need to review your tasks and update them regularly. Life throws unexpected things at us, so it’s important to remain flexible and celebrate the incremental successes along the way. We designed Sandglaz to encourage flexible planning and embrace change.”
88% of all new year's resolutions fail according to the Wall Street Journal. The most common reason for this, is the failure to create realistic goals and get things done. “I was surprised to discover that people simply lack the tools to break down their goals and actions into smaller more manageable chunks.” says Nada Aldahleh, Co-Founder of Sandglaz "Calendars are too accurate and rigid, while todo lists get overwhelmingly long and demotivating. Sandglaz Infinity combines the best of both to allow people to plan in rough time-frames; providing them with greater flexibility while keeping them motivated."
“Instead of assuming that humans can plan perfectly and behave perfectly, we believe in embracing our limitations to help us work better and become better people.” states Zaid, “We designed Sandglaz Infinity to allow you to think of your immediate priorities and at the same time plan towards your long-term vision. It embraces our imperfect nature by allowing us to plan in flexible milestones”.
To celebrate its launch, Sandglaz is offering a 50% discount to anyone who upgrades to a paid plan before the end of January. The pricing page contains more information on the free and paid plans as well as the launch promotion.
Sandglaz is a Toronto based company founded in 2011 to create the world’s easiest and most productive task manager. For more information about Sandglaz, visit http://sandglaz.com.