I fell in love with Mindbloom the moment I started playing around with Internet based software. I became so hooked on this immersive, and engaging software that I took the time to go up to Seattle, WA and visit Chris Hewett the founder of Mindbloom and his incredible team of developers and business associates.
In my interview with Chris Hewett, the founder, we explore what drove Chris to develop Mindbloom and the passion he has for helping people transmit patterns in their life that don’t serve them, and utilize a very cool and engaging product to help them stay focused while sharing and being supported by people they trust to help them along their own personal pathway of personal growth and mastery.
This new Internet based software is has been built like a game, designed to keep the user engaged in the process of setting and achieving their goals.
The objective of Mindbloom’s Life Game is to grow the life you want by creating and maintaining a Life Tree where the branches represent areas of life that matter to you (e.g. health, spirituality, relationships, leisure, lifestyle, finances, creativity, and career) and the leaves represent specific goals, passions, or dreams.
By taking small steps towards those goals, passions, or dreams on a regular basis (e.g. drink 8 glasses of water) you will not only grow and maintain a healthy tree (and life!), but you will earn seeds (i.e. points) that you can spend on additional branches, leaves, and actions.
Also, as you earn more seeds your tree will be automatically “upgraded” to new environments. With each “upgrade” (i.e. “level up”) you are learning one of the most important life lessons – we all have the ability to grow the life we want if we take at least one small step every day.
The higher the level you achieve, the more “experienced” you are becoming in Mindbloom. This “experience” will come in handy if and when you decide to encourage family and friends to play their own Life Game in Mindbloom.
It’s important to remember that like life itself, the game is not about the end result, but it’s about the journey. Know that your goals, passions, and dreams will continually change and as long as you are taking small steps everyday and having fun, then you’ve already won!
I highly encourage any of my listeners to check out the Mindbloom experience. This is truly transformative software if only you will use it.
Please take a listen to a true visionary, and someone that I believe will change the whole process of goal setting through the Mindbloom experience.
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