The Habit Game is the key to transforming your corporate environment. This engaging program combines behavioral psychology and gamification to empower employees and teams to cultivate healthy habits, enhancing productivity, well-being, and work-life balance.
By tracking and improving personal and professional habits, participants can enjoy a fun and motivating journey toward a quieter, healthier, and more fulfilling life.
Beyond individual growth, The Habit Game fosters corporate success by creating a more efficient and motivated workforce, making it an essential tool for companies looking to excel in today's competitive landscape.
Discover the true potential of your organization by harnessing the profound impact of habits.
Say goodbye to short-term fixes and hello to sustainable growth and a healthier, more productive workforce.
Participants set personal and professional goals they want to achieve within a specific time frame.
Each participant identifies essential habits that must be developed or improved to achieve their goals.These can include health, productivity, work-life balance, and more.
Games, and Missions
Participants complete daily and weekly tasks to advance in the game and earn rewards and recognition.These tasks can range from exercising, reading books, and efficiently organizing work time, working on personal projects, and more.
Competitions and Collaboration
The Habit Game offers the opportunity to organize healthy competitions among employees or teams and work together to achieve common goals.
The Habit Game is designed to be flexible, allowing participants to set their own timeframes for achieving their goals. You can participate for as long as you need to work on your habits and objectives.
The cost of participating in "The Habit Game" may vary depending on the customization and features required for your organization.
Alexandra came up with the idea to challenge us to change our habits for three months and to get out of the toxic routine we had reached.
She firmly believes in the strength of community support when it comes to changing habits, especially as an adult. Her background in psychology and her fascination with human behavior fueled her desire to explore ways to make habit change more accessible.
Over the past year, she has read many books on adult habit transformation and her conviction is that changing your habits is synonymous with changing your life. By altering your habits, you can transform your behaviors.
We selected three habits for a specific reason, closely tied to our evolving lifestyle and work patterns. Because we have been working remotely since 2020, we found ourselves spending more time indoors, and these habits were designed to address the challenges that arose.
1. “go outside for an hour” every day, encouraging us to reconnect with the outdoors.
2. intermittent fasting aimed to promote a healthier lifestyle, helping us maintain balanced eating habits.
3. digital detox each evening disconnecting from electronic devices after 8 o'clock, fostering better sleep and work-life boundaries.
In the first month, each participant had to select one of the suggested habits and maintain a diary tracking their progress.
If a participant failed to uphold their chosen habit for a single day during the first month, they were required to pay 10 euros to the person whose name followed theirs in the alphabetical list.
In the second month, participants had the option to either modify their existing habit or introduce a new one (with a caveat that if they chose to have two habits, the penalty fee would double).
The third month allowed for further habit adjustments or introducing a third habit.
Alexandra chose to do intermittent fasting. The first few days were challenging. She had to retrain her eating patterns and resist the urge to snack throughout the day, plus the fact that our game started in December, right before the holidays, and it was more complex and restrictive for her not to eat after certain hours during the holidays, parties, and visits.
This made her the best payer in the game because she paid the most penalties.
As the weeks passed, she began to notice changes. She retrained her eating patterns, reducing unhealthy snacking, her energy increased, her cravings decreased, and fasting became a lifestyle.
Three months into her journey, Alexandra stepped on the scale and couldn't believe her eyes. She had lost a remarkable 3 kilos! But what was even more impressive was how she felt. Alexandra had newfound confidence and energy. Her clothes fit better, and her overall well-being had improved significantly.
Regarding how The Habit Game helped her, Alexandra explained that it was pretty simple: “First of all, I managed to make a routine of not eating after 6 or 8 in the evening and taking care to have long enough breaks between meals. It was not a very big effort”.
The group support was crucial for her success because knowing that she would have to pay a penalty if she didn't stick to her habit encouraged her to stay on track and motivate others in the group to do the same.
Daria chose to “take a walk” for an hour every day. The first few days were tough. Daria had to reorganize her daily routine, plan her walks, and muster up the motivation to leave the comfort of her home every day. It sometimes felt like an uphill battle, but she was determined to see it through.
As she took those first steps, Daria felt disconnected from herself. She realized how long it had been since she had paid attention to her body and mind. But with each passing day, something magical began to happen. Her daily walks evolved from a daunting task into a cherished ritual.
Daria explored her neighborhood, taking different routes each day. She discovered hidden alleys, beautiful gardens, and a nearby park she had never truly appreciated. What once seemed like vast distances became manageable, and she marveled at the newfound sense of connection to her surroundings. She felt more grounded, focused, and joyful throughout the day. The clarity she gained during her walks inspired her to make several bold decisions she had contemplated for years.
"This program helped me to relax first of all," Daria reflected, "and become more and more aware of myself and my body. Apart from that, I made a very strong friendship during the walks with one of my colleagues when I accepted the challenge. It even determined me to start running, a dream I'd had for a long time. It only did me good for a long time."
Daria's journey of self-discovery and well-being had begun with a simple decision to take a walk, but it had led her to a brighter, more balanced, and joyful chapter of her life.
Ramona's choice to disconnect from digital devices every evening after 8:00 p.m. for an entire month was a commitment with its fair share of challenges.
With her phone, laptop, TV, and other gadgets off-limits, she occasionally slipped and sought Alexandra's permission to enjoy some music on the turntable.
Yet, as the days went by, a growing sense of relief and liberation began to settle in, overshadowing the initial difficulty of adjusting to this new routine.
In the second month, when Ramona altered the challenge to focus on "taking a walk," it brought a palpable sense of relief. It marked a shift from the feeling of being constrained and restricted.
Ramona expressed her thoughts on the transformation, saying, "The benefits of distancing myself from technology were truly immeasurable. It gave me time for introspection and contemplation, shielding me from the constant barrage of opinions on social media and freeing me from the time-wasting habits associated with endless device usage. It was an opportunity to simply enjoy my own company.
This experience was so transformative that I intend to continue experimenting with it in the future.
This challenge represented not just a break from technology but also a purification process, a journey of self-discovery, and a powerful means of reducing stress while spending more time with myself and the things that bring me joy."