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Hello. Recently I set up an account on Lifetick and I like it alright but would rather have a stand alone app so I don't have to get online to use it. What I'm wondering is if anyone knew of any apps like this (for goal setting/ goal management) and what you think of them. It would be nice (though not a necessity) if they had an iPhone app to sync with. Thanks.
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I'm not familiar with lifetick, but it sounds like an application I tried out way back in the days of Palm. It was called Life Balance (www.llamagraphics.com).

It didn't quite suite my needs, but I did think it was a very well designed application. It worked on lots of different platforms (and it looks like they're on the iPhone now, too).
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Thanks. $80 plus $20 for the iPhone app is a bit pricey for me though.
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This may not be what you want, but still nice.

check out GoalsOnTrack | The easiest way to track your goals and get things done, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals and todo lists, and has time tracking. It's clear, focused, easy to navigate, worth a try.
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I have created the Getting Dreams Done iPhone app to help you setting-goals and working towards achieving goals and your dreams. See Getting Dreams Done, an iPhone App for setting goals, building habits and getting the important things done. for more details.
It might be what you are looking for.
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I use an app called 'Make It Happen' which I find ideal for managing and measuring goals.
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