Top 5 Best Goals Management Tools

1. Nasaimagine (Recommended)

NASAIMAGINE is a place to achieve goals and connect with people based on similar interests. Work in teams, share stories, motivate, inspire and support people around you.

NASAIMAGINE helps users develop and stick to goals based on the SMART goal setting trend (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely). The app helps you break up big goals into smaller chunks so they're not as overwhelming, offering unique features and tracking so you can track how long you spend on tasks. NASAIMAGINE even provides an activity feed, so you have a date-sequenced journal of all your goal-related activities. You can also add free-form notes and sync to your calendar.

Simply pick a goal set a target by inputting a goal value or a certain date and then specify the actions you need to do to accomplish that goal and take advantage of the community aspect by getting involved and asking questions.

What makes NASAIMAGINE different from other’s is simply its features that are simply a cut above. One unique feature that NASAIMAGINE has it's their feed system which lets you connect with friends and people with similar interests and also helps you know what’s happening around the global community. I also like the fact that it provides multi-user functionality so you can invite others to your goals, either globally or selectively. It also lets you work in teams and groups. You can also make new friends based on similar interest and help others in achieving their goals.

NASAIMAGINE believes in the principles of together we can and together we will rise and shine. Which is simply reflected in this app.
The app is available via a browser interface on every device.

2. irunurun
Of all the habit-trackers I tested, I found irunurun to be the easiest and the most intuitive. As an added bonus, it “gamifies” the process of building new habits, making the process fun.
You begin by entering the action or habit you want to track. You then weight the action, assigning it a point value. Once all your actions are entered, the game begins.
You start each week with zero points and then work to add points each day. If you did each action at the appointed time, you would earn a perfect score of 100 for the week.
You can also invite family, friends, or colleagues to any action and build an accountability team. Unlike Lift, where the action is either public or private, irunurun proves the opportunity for selective sharing.
The app is available via a browser interface or on the iPhone and iPad. The company also makes available personal versions, team versions, and enterprise versions.

3. claims to be the leading habit tracking app, even offering personalized habit coaching and leadership coaching as part of its services in addition to its free mobile app. The user interface is slick and beautiful to use. Simply select a goal, track your progress, earn rewards for sticking with it and take advantage of the community aspect by getting involved and asking questions. If you really end up loving it, you can upgrade to hiring a real coach for as little as $15.
Coach.Me is simple but too limited for my use. If you simply want to track a few habits, it’s fine. But as a goal-tracker, I have not found it useful.
The app is available on IOS and Android.

4. Strides

Strides is one of the most powerful and easy to use apps out there. You can set up reminds so that you never forget to maintain those daily habits that lead to bigger goal achievement. Simply pick a goal (or use a suggested one given by the app), set a target by inputting a goal value or a certain date and then specify the action you need to do to turn it into a habit. The Strides app lets you track it all by day, week, month, a year or even on a rolling average.
All of your data is synced to your account so you always see your latest stats whether you access it from the web, a mobile device, or anywhere else.

5. Habit List
If you simply want to track habits, and don’t care so much about goals (as I have defined them above), give Habit List a whirl. It helps you track “streaks”—how many times in a row you have completed an action.
The program provides the ability to create flexible schedules with habits that are to be done on specific days, non-specific days, or intervals. For example, you could schedule a run for M-W-F, eat dinner with the family three nights a week, or write a blog post twice a week.
You can also skip habits when you are on vacation or simply want a break. You can resume when you already.

Unfortunately, this is an iPhone-only app. There is not a desktop or iPad version. It also doesn’t harness the power of community to achieve your goals.

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