UpTicker is Backed by Science.
Updated: Mar 13, 2021
There is lots of science that backs the benifits of UpTIcker.
This has been split into 2.
Scientific benefits of the techniques UpTicker implements and second, the benefits of the habits that can be incorporated with UpTIcker. A combination of a few has a compounding effect.
People incorporate the X effect by embarking on a 50-day journey to create/break one or more habits by simply making a 7x7 grid on a card and crossing off each day with a fat-ass felt marker, because your willpower is like a muscle, and it gets stronger and stronger as you exercise it.
One of the most powerful tools to build will power and habits
People have used theXeffect to taper off of diphenhydramine (benedryl) used as a sleep aid.
Eat that frog
Using 'eat that frog' as a metaphor for tackling the most challenging task of your day - the one you are most likely to procrastinate on, but also probably the one that can have the greatest positive impact on your life - Eat That Frog!
By making todo list and assigning points in terms of priority productivity goes up by 25%
With UpTicker users can follow their mentors routines. Mentors include Elon Mush, Jeff Bezos, Michelle Obama and more...
The benefits of a mentoring relationship are not limited to mentees either; compared to non-mentors, employees who act as mentors:
Report greater job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Have greater career success. Perceive increased work-related fulfillment.
28% happier in 10 days (Headspace) Practising mindfulness may help lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of developing heart disease, a new study has found.
Increase Your Productivity by 21% with Exercise
Studies have shown that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of (or possibly even prevent) Alzheimer’s and Dementia, since keeping your brain active and engaged prevents it from losing power. Just like any other muscle in the body, the brain requires exercise to keep it strong and healthy. Doing puzzles and playing games such as chess have also been found to be helpful with cognitive stimulation.
Waking up early
In a 2008 Texas University study, college students who identified themselves as "morning people" earned a full point higher on their GPAs thanIn a 2008 Texas University study, college students who identified themselves as "morning people" earned a full point higher on their GPAs than those who were "night owls" (3.5 vs. 2.5). Good grades help students secure better career opportunities. those who were "night owls" (3.5 vs. 2.5). Good grades help students secure better career opportunities.