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Not a fan of the "consequences" feature...

I prefer earning rewards instead of avoiding consequences whenever I’m working towards a goal. So, if I use this new feature it will be to document the reward I’m going to give myself once I’ve accomplished the goal.

Plus, it seems that the reason many of us are using 43T to manage our goal progress is that the threat of consequences isn’t really working anyway. We need something positive to look forward to enjoying rather than consquences to fear receiving.

My .02



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avphibes is getting my household in order

I agree with you on this. I kind of didn’t want to set a consequence. I thought “Isn’t the fact that my goal is not done consequence enough?” The reason I try to accomplish the goals in the first place is the satifaction that comes from doing what you set out to do…not avoiding some punishment.

Exactly!

So far the consequences I’ve seen are pretty lame, just like mine, so may be others feel the same way we do about it.

Maybe I’ll have a goal of “get rid of consequences and have only rewards instead” hee hee

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