2.0: Instant coaching for all of your goals.

Today we’ve released Lift 2.0 with instant coaching for all of your goals. Get the update on iPhone, Android and web. Highlights Lift 1.0 was for habits. Lift 2.0 is for giant goals like competing in a triathlon, dropping massive amounts of weight, learning to meditate, creating the optimal productivity system, or writing a novel. Step by step, we’ve been…

How I Train: Jennipher Walters of Fit Bottomed Girls

Jennipher Walters is the co-founder of Fit Bottomed Girls and its sister site, Fit Bottomed Mamas. Her mission is to help women ditch the diet drama, have fun, and embrace their inner confidence to take better care of themselves. Walters has several coaching credentials and received an MA in health journalism from the University of…

How I Train: Marcey Rader

Marcey Rader is a personal lifestyle trainer who specializes in fitness and productivity for mobile professionals. Her business grew out of her own experiences in learning to stay fit and sane while living out of cars, planes, airports and hotels. “Some say staying fit and productive requires self-discipline, commitment or willpower.”, Rader says on her…

Productive Habits: an Interview with Mark Frauenfelder

Where technology and intelligent counterculture meet, you will find Mark Frauenfelder. Mark Frauenfelder is the founder of Boing Boing, the founding editor-in-chief of MAKE, editor-in-chief of Cool Tools and co-founder of Wink Books. He’s also an author, illustrator and maker; his latest book is Maker Dad: Lunch Box Guitars, Antigravity Jars, and 22 Other Incredibly…

The Productive Writer: an Interview with Joe Warnimont

Joe Warnimont is a fiction and freelance writer who creates tools and resources to help other writers get more productive and market their work. We were delighted when Warnimont, a Coach.me user himself, agreed to share some of his thoughts about habits and personal development. What’s your own daily routine like? What habits do you…

How I Meditate: Change Strategist Jonathan Rosenfeld, Ph.D.

“Meditation and aggression are completely compatible. Think about it: Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant meditate in the service of being as effectively aggressive as possible.” Jonathan Rosenfeld, Ph.D., is a Change Strategist who coaches CEOs and companies in mindful leadership, including Medium.com where he leads Leadership and Change Strategy. Jonathan is extremely passionate about building mindful workspaces…