Personal development and biohacking is growing at an exponential rate. Finally people see the value in upgrading their minds and bodies. The issue is that there is a bit of an information overload. People are pumping out courses and products everyday. But where do you begin?
Ultiself is here to help. It’s an all in one actionable app that uses Artificial intelligence to help you identify the most effective habits for you and integrate them into your life so that you can actually get measurable results.
It is being created by veteran entrepreneur, Alex Nekritin. And is the first and only actionable personal development tool to hit the market.
Ultiself helps people discover good habits based on areas they want to improve, implement these habits into their daily lives with a powerful tracker, identify which habits have the greatest impact on their life, and make it all stick with gamification.
The biggest challenge when starting a business, according to Alex, is marketing. Alex, who is personally very passionate about content and has an amazing team of scientists on the advisory board, is also spending a lot of money to bring an amazing very high quality product to the market. But what has been challenging is getting people to see this product.
Alex was first inspired to get into the industry by his own personal problems. He had anxiety issues when he was in his early 20s, and what helped him through was watching an infomercial of a set of tapes called “Attacking Anxiety and Depression” by Lucinda Bassett.
Focusing on his own personal development helped Alex succeed in his life. He was able to build and sell two very successful businesses, to travel the world and to spend time with his family and friends. To this day, he continues to track and build good habits every day, which he thinks is essential for his success. This is something that Ultiself can help other people accomplish.
For Alex, fear is made up of self-limiting beliefs, which is also known as monkey mind. This refers to how the brain tends to prefer that you stay exactly where you are because it perceives your current state as safe. So if you start to advance or change some of the things in your life, your brain will trip you up.
Alex’s hope is to change the world with his app and make an impact. He wants to help people become their best selves and live up to their potential by being healthier, brighter, more productive and living longer.
Right now, Alex is working on completing the app and creating some funnels to get it in front of people. The team behind the app is made up of psychologists, neuroscientists, nutritionists and data analysts. Accordingly, Alex may roll the app out together with a course so that people can learn how to improve themselves and use the app as a tool to do that.