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Let's Bring Personal Development Back to Good Old Pen and Paper

Question Your Own Beliefs

We think about stuff we are already wasting too much thought on. Answering questions about different topics helps to change that.

Keep Those Habits Going

Forming five positive habits will save you a lot of willpower you can use for something more unexpected than working out or reading.

Shoot for the Stars

Set yourself a 100-day-goal and see what you can do each and every day to make your dream come true before the journal is full.

Never Stop Learning

Everyday life is our best teacher. Think about anything you learned today and write it down, so it can serve you for the rest of your life.

Show Some Appreciation

Coming up with one thing you’re grateful for may be the simplest habit to stay positive and keep in mind how blessed you really are.

Get a Bit Uncomfortable

A rolling stone gathers no moss. So practice some voluntary discomfort every day to keep your self-discipline up - you’ll soon need it.


Hundred Days of Growth

Daymond is a productivity journal working as simple as it gets: Every day you have one page to fill up, taking no more than three minutes. This includes a habit tracker, a to-do list and a lot of other features explained below.

Master Your Mood

Finding out if you had a bad day is easy, but getting behind the reason isn’t. And that’s exactly what the mood scale helps you to do.

Outsmart Procrastination

Writing down up to three tasks for the next day each evening helps you to get towards your goals before procrastination can kick in.


Five Habits

No matter if we’re talking about business, sports or finances - positive habits are without exception the foundation of every success story. On the very first page you can pick five of them, which can be enough to change your entire life - not only for a hundred days, but forever.


One Goal

Can you imagine how much you could actually achieve just 100 days from now? Writing down one clearly defined goal is the easiest way to find out. To avoid procrastinating over it there’s a simple trick: Just write down what you have done to reach that goal every single day.


Three Affirmations

Affirmations are the most powerful way to reprogram your subconscious mind for success. Just follow the instruction in the book to write down three of them, and you’ll experience it yourself. But be careful - whether you believe in them or not, you’ll always prove yourself right.