1. Log a photo to prove you’ve done the
Any photo that serves as evidence you've completed your check in will
do. If your group's activity is to complete a workout, you can take a
screenshot of your nike run app, or a selfie with your gym's logo in
2. View what others in the group logged, and remind those who haven’t
to check in before the week is over.
Those who don't complete their check in by the end of the week pay
their swear jar fee to the group pot. Your swear jar fee is the amount
you deem worthy for letting the group down and taking a cheat week.
Don't worry, even if you take a cheat week you will still get paid
alongside everyone else.
3. Those who checked in get paid each
month from the pot, similar to a monthly paycheck.
At the end of every month the group pot is split among the members of
the group. This is your reward for your hard work. The bigger the
group, the bigger the pot that you're paid from.
Studies show you are ~95% more likely to stick to your goals with
Research by American Society of Training & Development
Research done by the American Society of
Training & Development found reliably that human ability to
complete a goal spikes to 65% by commiting to another person, and
an average of 95% when there are specific accountability checkups.