If you’ve set your sights on a goal, you might want to set your sights on Goalmigo. Goalmigo is a Web site composed of users who have set goals such as finishing faster at their next triathlon, running 20 miles in a week and eating six servings of fruits and vegetables in a day.
Users begin by setting a goal and track their progress on the site, which also sends them reminders. Goalmigo also allows users to share their goals and their progress with friends as an added incentive. As anyone who has boldly signed up for a first marathon can testify,
making goals public can help greatly with achieving them. There is also a community on the site, composed of groups of people with similar goals. Those with fitness goals can meet others, as can those with diet or weight loss goals.
Probably the single most useful feature of Goalmigo is that it asks you explicitly state your goal, how you will achieve it and the name and e-mail of a person who will hold you accountable.
If you’ve been dragging your feet on a goal, Goalmigo might be how you start to achieve it.