SEATTLE, Jan. 24 // -- On Track (apps.facebook.com/ontrack), a highly effective goal and project management Facebook application, is publicly launching today in an attempt to make the social operating system as useful as the computer operating system. Using proven methods, it keeps users on track to producing better results on time. A reviewer exclaims it "has huge potential on this platform."
On Track's goal system streamlines proven goal achievement methods taught by Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield, and in The Secret. The Vision Board feature, inspired by The Secret, allows users to place pictures of their goals on a digital corkboard and then share it anywhere on the Internet, much like YouTube videos.
On Track's project system is designed for students and small businesses. It has the most useful features of project management software in a system that's easy to use and encourages collaboration, similar to the approach of Google Docs. Users can assign tasks, share documents, and see progress updates instantly.
"The purpose was to create an application that users of all ages would think is continuously useful, like Microsoft Office, and that would involve their friends," says creator Nick Thorsch. Nick is a dedicated student of peak performance, former Microsoft and Intel employee, and alumni of UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.
With the launch of the application, On Track is running a contest to encourage people to invite new users. The top three referrers will win $1 per referral, up to $500 for 1st place. Get your referral link and share it with others before the contest ends on January 31st!
Go to apps.facebook.com/ontrack to try On Track and get your referral link!