What is MyCuraJOY?

MyCuraJOY is an incentive-tied, science-based gamified experience for personal growth that helps people as young as elementary school to set goals, track progress, review performance, think positively and live out their dreams.  

Personal goals are turned into quests at MyCuraJOY, and users benefit from all proven effective productivity and success methods automatically applied to their goal in a simple and visual way.  Parents, grandparents, families and friends can sponsor adventurers on their quests with cash prizes that are only released upon verified completion of quests.

MyCuraJOY replaces:

  • Reward charts
  • Diary/journal
  • To do list, Project management tools
  • Progress tracking charts
  • Behavior contracts
  • Mood monitoring apps
  • Consequences / punishments

Uses for MyCuraJOY:

  • Change habits
  • Record progress
  • Goal setting
  • Guided journal
  • Emotions check-in
  • Manage allowances and reward for behavior
  • Involve extended family and friends in what’s important to you

Benefits of MyCuraJOY:

  • More confident. Develop a growth mindset.
  • Self discovery. Become more self-aware.
  • Better mood, happier, calmer.
  • Stronger relationships. Allies share your successes and setbacks and become better connected.
  • More successful.  Increase likelihood of achieving goals.
  • Earn rewards–money for achieving your goals.
  • Self-discipline.  Committed to what you set out to do.
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