raszpi387 karma2018-12-30 19:26:09 UTC
> How do you monetize the site?
We don't monetize the site, but we do have a patreon and an elegant edition. Those cover _some_ of our costs. Of course it would be awesome to have money from this but we would reinvest it to grow the movement.
> And who has invested in this?
No one and we don't want it. This is a project from a few hungarian guys, girls and the awesome volunteers who help us translate the booklet. We do this in our free time, because we want more awesome people.
And when I say free time, I really mean free time: I'm currently with my friends and started to answer your questions :) https://imgur.com/yDN3ePj
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raszpi212 karma2018-12-30 22:47:53 UTC
Start out with broad strokes :)
Get a piece of paper, fold it in half, fold it half again and again. You'll have 8 small squares. Give every square an area. What are your 8 most important areas in your life? Family? Work? School? Relaxing? (we did choose the areas for the booklet, you can use those too)
After that, answer this question: where do you see yourself in those areas in five years? And just broad strokes :) "I want a nice car" "I want children". Anything you want. 5 years is a long time and if you know where you want to be in 5 years, it'll be much more easy to plan 2019.
Good luck, I'll DM you in a month if you did the booklet :)
raszpi177 karma2019-12-29 18:13:53 UTC
I’m sorry. English is not our first language, but we’re really trying.
So in thee sentence: we made a booklet with questions. The questions help you close your year and plan your next. People seem to like it.
raszpi162 karma2019-12-29 19:57:37 UTC
> How many years have you guys been filling out these booklets?
8 years for most of us, we did it every year. Some of us started to create more complex versions for themselves, because of changed life situations.
> What’s the most profound thing you learned when going over past year’s books?
For me it's that it is okay to fail goals and bring them over to your next year. I think I wrote down every year for 8 years to "finish school". I have only 4 exams left and if everything goes well I will finish it next year.
I've had lots of anxiety issues about stuff like that. YearCompass did not solve that, but for me it was part of the solution :)
raszpi107 karma2018-12-30 22:00:56 UTC
Well, we don't see what they write down, but from personal experience the bigger issue is that they all want to change everything at the same time. Don't do that, it won't work.
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