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Neuroplanner

The brain hacking planner

Neuroplanner

The brain hacking planner

Neuroplanner is the world's only brain hacking planner. It's your personal brain coach to start the year right, tick your life goals, and end the year on a high. It's the only agenda planner with 3 features that are genius: brain hacks, brain tools, and smart features.

We're so psyched to be here! We're finalizing our Indiegogo campaign to make the preorder available soon. Here's our prelaunch page for those who are wondering: bit.ly/np-igg
This looks fantastic, although a planner like this does require some commitment and so many planners and journals like this launching in the past year makes such an important decision even harder to make. Having said,

Neuroplanner looks like it is high quality and well designed, although the marketing seems to focus on the cover far more than on the value created by the benefits of using the product. Some examples of what to write in the planner would be useful.
Hi @ianmayman, thanks for the feedback. That is a challenge we are trying to address. A lot of people do new year resolutions only to come back to their old habits in week 2. You see, our brains are not meant to work in abrupt change and that's the kind of hack we have in month 2: GOALS. We've made it undated so that when people find themselves stuck, they can always start again. Progress before perfection, that is the key to get through the year. We should always celebrate our small wins.

We've also added a #PlanWithMe campaign called #PlanGeek. #PlanWithMe is a common term in the planning community where a planner shares how they set-up their planner. They share their layout, techniques, and accessories to their friends or fans. So we decided a #PlanGeek should be in place to supplement the weekly brain hacking content in the planner. We think that weekly is a sweet spot to catch-up with the users. So at the moment, users see these how to-s post-purchase.

We're prepping for the relaunch and the value proposition is something we are looking at as we admit this part is lacking. One of our ideas is to share the content page with our potential backers as when we did in our last campaign, there was a stronger intent to purchase. Ideally, we'd want to put together a walkthrough video on how to use the planner or some sample completed layouts so people can imagine how they will use it.

If you have more ideas, please let me know and I'll see how a one-woman team can accomplish this feat :)

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