Regular exercise, meditation, writing, personal productivity, side-hustles/creative work, improving health conditions like ADHD, reading/studying, healthy eating, losing weight..etc— are some common squads.
There are also squads without a specific criteria. Anyone can commit to a personal habit and daily action with a diverse and serious group of self-improvers.
What Squad provides is a safe, supportive and fun environment—with visible rules and structure—where others will motivate and propel you to success.
You can join a Squad anytime with your daily goal or challenge set for 1 to 4 weeks. It may take more than 1 to 4 weeks to truly build a habit, but what's important is that you can set yourself a clear short-term goal that you can work toward and realistically accomplish.
Squads can have up to ~15 people or as little as two. They are intentionally made small so everyone can feel safe and engaged.
Everyone is required to commit to a specific, measurable and realistic task or action (ie do 10 minutes of meditation daily after I shower).
Check-ins help increase chances of your success and also helps motivate others—so it's at the core of how you interact with Squad. And it's totally ok if you were not able to do a particular action for a day—checking in that you didn't do it helps you stay honest which will increase your odds for success.
Credits are required to join public squads. This is to ensure that everyone has 'skin in the game' and is seriously committed. You can earn back all the credits you used to join a public squad based on your check-in score. However, every time you miss a check-in you lose a credit.
You'll get some free credits when you sign up but you can purchase more if you run out (you shouldn't need to if you simply show up and check-in everyday!).
Squads with your friends is completely free and do not require or utilize credits ❤️
Yes! You can create private Squad challenges and participate together with your friends or network. Automated rules and structures for daily check-in's, visual progress and daily reports—will keep everyone motivated 💪
There are many Squad challenge participants with ADHD making great progress on their daily habits and longer term goals. Some of these daily commitment & habits ranged from doing household chores, meditation to reading. Having others keep you accountable for a set period of time with clear rules and structure—can help you prioritize your routines, stay productive and feel in control.