- Dec. 29, 2015
-- BUDAPEST, HUNGARY—With the New Year fast approaching, millions of people all over the globe are already making those annual resolutions. Unfortunately, whether it’s saving more money or hitting the gym more often, most of us will fail to keep them in 2016. YearCompass.com hopes to change that.
“Our booklet helps users close and reflect on the year behind them while helping them make plans for the next one,” stated Andras P. Toth, the co-founder of YearCompass.com. “By learning from the past, they can plan their future in a way that doesn’t repeat the same patterns and allows them to feel more in control of their life.”
Toth stands by its ability to help others achieve success in their daily lives. To date, he’s completed a marathon, traveled to several new countries, applied for and received grant money for special projects and landed his dream job.
“We’ve gotten many ‘thank you’ letters from users who’ve already taken advantage of the free service we offer them through the site,” explained Toth. “We’ve also received photos from groups all around the world filling out the booklet together. It’s amazing to see so many people who are finding the booklet helpful.”
Getting a free copy of the booklet takes less than two minutes. No registration is needed, and the booklet is also available in 14 different languages. To download a copy, click here (http://yearcompass.com/
).About the Team:
Based in Hungary, the core team (http://www.yearcompass.com/press
) at YearCompass.com is made up of seven dedicated people—including Toth. The company is also made up of more than 100 volunteers. Having first met at the Invisible University, the company’s key players are graduates of Budapest University of Technology & Economics and Semmelweis University. They all describe themselves as serial entrepreneurs and freelancers. One previously worked for Google.