I'm working on this habit-tracking app since January 2019, and it's finally ready for release.
Actually, I build this app using a single habit: working 30min on a side project at 9 PM every day.
The whole philosophy of the app is consistency over performance.
Shaping your identity using habits.
It's pretty different from the rest of the market, a very opinionated way of creating meaningful habits and measuring your success.
Originally it was going to be called Excellence, from the famous quote:
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit
The app is made to help you attain excellence.
But lately, another great name crossed my mind: Inertia.
It's great because there is the notion of motion, which is what habits are after all: repeated actions that build up over time (streaks), a force going in the right direction (identities & outcomes)
Both are great, I'm not able to decide which one is better, so I prefer to ask people which sounds better and is more expressive to them.
What do you think?