Gocus is coming to Android! After a highly successful Q2, we are delighted to announce the soon-to-be-official launch of the Gocus companion app for Android smartphones, tablets, phablets and other mobile devices. When you think about it, Android really does encompass a wild range of “mobile devices”… In any case, Gocus works perfectly on all of ‘em!
Gocus attends LAMP; shakes a few trees.The tech industry is known for harboring boastful artists. So, in step with tradition, the Gocus development team is proud to report that we’ve attended the 2015 LAMP conference: We’ve stormed the scene, raised more than a few pairs of eyebrows, and caught the attention of many people that matter.
Exciting Product News: Mobile App, Gocus 1.1 Coming Soon.Thank you all for your support and love! Your feedback and encouragement means everything to us, and we are happy to report that we haven’t been sleeping for the past month. In fact, our much-loved mobile app is making its final rounds of beta testing and will launch for public use towards the end of September 2014.
Focus Actions as Your Personal Motivational CoachAmong the extensive features of the Gocus.com platform is what we call focus actions.Focus actions are exactly what they sound like: small actions you need to focus on at that very moment in order to achieve your greater goal over any given period of time.
The Wait is Over! Gocus.com Launching August 19th, 2014It has taken plenty sweat and blood to get here, so we believe our team deserves a big round of applause. After two long years in development, Gocus.com will be going live on Tuesday, August 19th , 2014.
Proactive vs. Reactive Sales – Have You Made the Jump?The sale is the oxygen to your business. So why settle for OK sales figures when you can dramatically change the way you and your sales force approach the idea of selling?
Goal Orientation: The Most Overlooked Success DriverAs companies big and small exhaust endless resources in efforts to empower their team’s performance, we find it staggering that so many tend to overlook a simple, time-proven technique: goal orientation.Goal orientation is based on the idea that you play harder when you have an endgame in mind at every point in time. The struggle with providing members the tools and they need to succeed is that they usually don’t view themselves as part of the bigger picture.