Today is my 1000 th day playing Elevate.
I broke the streak once in June 2016, not because I slacked but because I was stuck on the dated iPhone 4 running on dated iOS 7 on which the Elevate app was slow and crashed repeatedly. I was also traveling and didn’t have reliable internet. I couldn’t let all this break my 610 day streak at that point. So once I am on the reliable phone and internet, I completed a handful of games retrospectively to fix the streak. And of course, playing Elevate is a fun way to improve vocabulary and math skills little bit everyday.
Here are the earlier milestones.
Hit the 800 day streak on Elevate today. Between moving the phones and traveling, I lost the streak in June. So I used the cheat to restore the streak and never missed a day ever since. Here’s to 1000 days.
Today I played Elevate for 600th day in a row.
This is the only live and longest streak I currently have.
I reached 401 day long streak on Elevate today. I was at 101 last time when I wrote about this cool educational app.
Elevate combines two of my passions: deliberate practice and building tiny habits. This is what makes me reach out to Elevate as soon as I wake up every morning.
It hurts to break a habit streak. Especially, when it only takes about five minutes a day to build it. It totally sucked when I broke the streak twice, once around 30 days and the other at 52 days. Luckily, I am yet to miss a day since. Until I break the streak again, I will say that it is easy to build streaks on tiny habits :). Touchwood!
Completing three games daily takes about five minutes. It is easy to do, it is also easy not to do, as I recall a note from the fourth chapter of The Slight Edge. It usually takes another five to seven minutes to score perfect games. So it only takes at most fifteen minutes to make the day count and score perfect games. Everyone has fifteen minutes. There are no excuses really. I think this is what has helped me get going.
Following are my stats and Elevate Proficiency Quotient (EPQ). I love how both the app’s design and my EPQ have evolved over time. I did not improve in listening because I always skipped listening games.
Now that I celebrated the 400-day milestone by writing about it, 500, here I come.
Today I am pleased to learn that the Elevate app is picked by Apple as the best iPhone app of 2014. So well done, people at Elevate Labs. Your work is awesome.
I discovered and started using this app since this May. I broke the streak twice, once around 30 days and the latest at 52 days. But I am glad to hit a 100 day streak yesterday.
It is a very well designed app that trains my brain across a range of cognitive functions like reading, writing, speaking, listening and math. I didn’t want to spend a lot of time and money, so I play the free version which lets me play three bite sized games a day. I can play all three games under 5 minutes and I spend a bit more time if I can, to get excellent scores.
Here is my EPQ:
I strongly suggest everyone to check this app and start using it. It is an addiction that will indeed enhance your smarts and thereby your life.