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Tiny Rockets is not another App of habits

"Is a system for a better living, powered by a community of doers"

We are applying research of human behavior and psychology, to give you the tools you need to become an energized and awakened person, every day.

The most important thing is the community, here we are all developing new behaviors, trying new goals and learning to make small decisions every day.

All, moved by the desire to try new things.

Today we are here, with a beta version

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Our Inspiración ⚡️

Justin Kan


In the past year I’ve reversed my thinking, as doing the following things has collectively improved my happiness.

Note: I started off as a beginner in each of these areas, and personally have relatively low willpower. The following things aren’t very hard to do, they just require repetition, consistent reminders, and practice.

Justin Kan


I started off using The Five Minute Journal, a simple app that asks you every morning to name three things you are grateful for, as well as three things you are going to do to make that day great, and the positive affirmations you have for yourself that day.

Explicit gratitude is important because it helps re-contextualize the short term negative things that happen to you throughout the day in the greater context of all the positives in your life.

Justin Kan


One Stoic practice I’ve adopted is negative visualization, the practice of imagining (with as much detail as possible), what your life would be like if something bad happened to you. What if you got cancer? What if you became paralyzed? What if your company fell apart and you had to get a job?

Justin Kan


I am pretty new to meditation. I started off using Headspace, which worked reasonably well to create a sense of calm for me throughout the day. After a couple of months, I would do focused meditation following my breath (on average once every other day) for about ten minutes.

Justin Kan


You have voluntarily decided to carry around a toxic, time-wasting Skinner-box in your pocket at all times, from the second you wake up in the morning to right before you fall asleep at night. This is incredibly stupid, and yet every smart person does it.

I realized I was spending 5.5 hours a day on my phone. Last year, I finally decided I needed to kick the habit, and that even the work related things could be contained to times when I’m on my laptop without productivity really suffering.

Justin Kan


I try to exercise every day, even if it is just five minutes of crunches or push ups. In order to hold myself accountable, I have a trainer who shows up at my house 3x a week (I built a small gym in my garage). If you can’t afford a trainer, I suggest committing to meet a friend at the gym on a regular schedule: a social commitment will further obligate you to go to the gym, and remove it from being an active decision that you need willpower to make.

Justin Kan


I started experimenting with diets last year as well, after discovering that I was particularly sensitive to carbohydrates. For the first six months of 2018, I tried to stick to eating a ketogenic diet (this is a good guide to keto), which worked well to increase alertness and reduce fatigue throughout the day, but was hard to keep to. For the second six months, I tried intermittent fasting (IF) and eating only one meal a day during the weekdays (dinner), and eating whatever I wanted for that meal. YMMV, IF seemed easier to stick to and had about 65% of the benefits of keto.

Justin Kan


I was very resistant to trying therapy. Finally, after a breaking point at a previous company, I realized I had to make a change and found someone. This was life-changing for me.

I think therapy fundamentally works because it is cathartic to talk to other people about your problems. Unfortunately, many people don’t have a close, impartial person they can talk to: therapy simulates this by making it someone else’s job.

Justin Kan

Be Authentic

In an effort to connect in a more deep and authentic way with people around me, I’ve started to try to tell people more of the positive emotions I feel towards them. This applies both in life and in work. In today’s society, we are often afraid to say what we truly feel: we find it awkward, we are scared about how other people will react, or we don’t think it is appropriate. This is very unfortunate because it shallows out our connections with those around us.

Sam Altman


Don’t do stuff that doesn’t make you happy (this happens most often when other people want you to do something).  Don’t spend time trying to maintain relationships with people you don’t like, and cut negative people out of your life.  Negativity is really bad.  Don’t let yourself make excuses for not doing the things you want to do.

Sam Altman


How to succeed: pick the right thing to do (this is critical and usually ignored), focus, believe in yourself (especially when others tell you it’s not going to work), develop personal connections with people that will help you, learn to identify talented people, and work hard.

Sam Altman


On work: it’s difficult to do a great job on work you don’t care about.  And it’s hard to be totally happy/fulfilled in life if you don’t like what you do for your work.  Work very hard—a surprising number of people will be offended that you choose to work hard—but not so hard that the rest of your life passes you by.  Aim to be the best in the world at whatever you do professionally.  Even if you miss, you’ll probably end up in a pretty good place.

Sam Altman


Talk to people more.  Read more long content and less tweets.  Watch less TV.  Spend less time on the Internet. Don’t waste time.  Most people waste most of their time, especially in business.

Sam Altman


Have clear goals for yourself every day, every year, and every decade. 10) However, as valuable as planning is, if a great opportunity comes along you should take it.  Don’t be afraid to do something slightly reckless.

Adam Grant


I like to start writing in the morning: I’m a lark and it’s when my mind feels most focused and least cluttered. My habit is to write at least 1,000 words a day. Once I’ve finished a draft of an article or a chapter, I put it away for a month and then send it to my challenge network—a core group of people I trust to tear my ideas and my writing apart. Then I revise. A lot.

Adam Grant


After reading research on how we’re more creative when we’re less alert—it frees us up for creative leaps—I’ve started doing more idea generation in the evenings. When I wake up, I have something to say.

Adam Grant


Run a writing experiment once a month, where you test out a new practice. One month you could shift the mode, talking instead of typing or fleshing out ideas with (gasp) a pen. Another month you could toy with timing: most writers believe they need a block of a few hours to make meaningful progress, but Bob Boice actually that you could train yourself to write productively in 15-minute intervals.

Our Motivation

"The community it's amazing, it really has been a great help to have this structure to initiate several changes that I wanted to make in my routines. 'The structure' of Tiny Rockets has become psychologically for me, that coach we all need to push us day by day to achieve the goals and objectives. "

Ernesto Herrera

"For me it has been an incredible dose of reality, is to see with data your progress (or lack of it) because other times when trying to change my habits my mood greatly influenced my self-assessment, the days that I felt good but not I would have overestimated myself and on days when I was down, I did not appreciate my progress (that 1% of each day)."

Antonieta Mendez

"Especially in the perception of my day to day, when I started reading about all this, what resonated with me the most is that we are what we do in our day-to-day lives, if I say that I am a singer but only sing once a month. Saturday, it's a lie, so as I understand that, it opened my eyes a lot to see how everything I was leaving on the table."

Ana Alida Abdala

"At the beginning, it helped me a lot to see the videos they recommended to understand their importance and motivate me to commit to my goals. After a month, it made me feel good to follow up and see the results of the goals I set."

Astrid Suarez

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