100% helps you develop good habits and motivates you to achieve your goals.
Simply decide on tasks that will help you reach your goals and then use 100% to record the days you successfully complete those tasks.
For each task, 100% will calculate a ‘dedication percentage’ based on the number of days out of the previous 30 that you completed the task.
Your mission is simple - stay 100% dedicated to each task, and you’ll slowly but surely be working towards your larger goals.
It's similar to the 'Don't Break the Chain' technique (http://lifehacker.com/281626/jerry-seinfelds-productivity-secret), but by using a percentage calculated over the last 30 days it avoids the demotivating crashes that happen if a chain is ever broken.
For example, if you miss one day on a 150-day chain, the chain length is reset to zero and you have to start building it again from scratch. Possibly you will also miss another day because "the chain is already at zero so missing one more day won't hurt", and that turns to two days and then a week and then before you know it it's been a month and you're no longer working towards your goals.
By comparison, if you miss one day after 150 days of using 100% your 'dedication percentage' drops to 97% with a message telling you how many days needed to get back up to 100%. Instead of a huge crash, you get a small blip and concrete steps for what you need to do to get back to 100%.
It’s a completely different feeling compared to breaking the chain, and as long as you are still dedicated towards achieving your goal you’ll want to get that number back up to 100% as soon as possible.
'Don't break the chain' is a great technique, and 100% has been designed to build on its core premise and overcome its main flaw.
Start using it today to help you achieve your goals.