Product Description


PlayToday™ is your superpower in Life and Business;
a proven, easy-to-use system to get what you want.



Saturday, June 9, 2018

The Magical Power of Consistent Behavior

The secret behind the effectiveness of the PlayToday™ system:

The addictive Dopamine rush of Goals achieved

Why we must have short term goals, and why PlayToday™ features goal setting, and the Next Steps that get you there...

Friday, June 1, 2018


Patience, grasshopper...

Perfection is the child of Time.

Joseph Hall


Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.

Saturday, May 26, 2018

A little help for Goals

Early reveal of the far right side of the Goals tab with pre-formed links to the various Resources shown. The search links use key words from the Goal and Next Step descriptions.

Notice that the first two Next Steps are behind schedule. That's when a little help is most handy.

This section is a basic start to where I see this going. While sort of rough and bare bones, it's surprising how helpful these links can be to get your thinking organized and inspired.

Right after we clipped the graphic above, we added Quora to the list of resources. You can easily add your favorite search resource.

You can only win if you play...

Friday, May 25, 2018


There are about 50 different superpowers listed by Google,
and none of them is Invincible.

All those superpowers are directed outward,
so that some other being might be thwarted.

Invincibility, however, is directed only within one's own being.
All superpowers are ineffective when directed to an Invincible being.

It is this superpower, Invincibility, that you earn with this software product.

Invincibility is lost when the person gives up.
If the person stays in the game, they become Invincible.

If you play your best, every day,
the cumulative effect of all that directed energy
all earned by Doing the Plan to get what you want,
all that energy builds you into the person who is achieving.

It is from this perspective of actually doing the right thing,
day after day, in a goal-seeking way, according to plan...
this is the thing that makes real the ideas of mankind.

There is no other way.

Our software just makes it easier to get what you want.


We have some experience with Invincibility.
It's in the family motto, ancient words from county Donegal in Ireland:
"Justice and Fortitude are Invincible."

It means that if the goal is Just
and you have the Fortitude to Persist,
you will Succeed.

Invincibility is built-in with our software, you make it come alive.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

100 years ago, a simple idea with huge payoff

James Clear has a most excellent story about how an almost trivial idea paid huge profits. It was 1918, one hundred years ago, that a very wealthy businessman wanted ideas for increasing his success. One man came forward, Ivy Lee, who took on the job at no charge up front, to be paid only if his idea worked, and only in an amount the wealthy man deemed appropriate.

It's a good story.
Click to read it.

Now that you've read the story, you have almost certainly made the connection between that hugely valuable idea and your PlayToday™ game.

If you use it, you will get the results you seek.

Barely there, and full frontal views

What you are looking at is the far right side of a laptop screen, showing the far right side of a browser window on top of a small sliver of the PlayToday™ checklist.

We like this arrangement a lot because it serves to be a gentle reminder to be doing the most important things while we are doing all those other things.

It's always ready to record your activities.

To inspire you with that fresh quote.

Notice how the top window is trimmed short of full length at the bottom, to reveal the tabs at the bottom of the checklist for direct access with two clicks.

 And down here we have PlayToday™ on the left in a separate browser window, so it's always visible to keep us focused and doing the most important things.

This layout is better because the popup Notes show up to the right of the cells and in the arrangement above those notes could not be read unless the window was repositioned.

Finally, it's the full browser window version, below.
Notice how column A is extended to that the main area of the checklist is centered in the tab so that it feels much more balanced compared to having column A much narrower and everything is squished over to the left. I like this view the best.