There is only one real timeline.
So where do you want yours to take you?
If you’ve got big things that you want to achieve, then steady, consistent progress towards your goals will get you there.
But when things are busy and there are lots of things competing for attention, it’s hard to keep focused on what’s important and make steady progress.
Helm lets you take control and make the best of the time you can commit. It helps you to keep moving towards your goals, one step at a time, no matter how busy you get, or how many different things you have on your plate.
It’s all about doing the right things, at the right time, not just “getting stuff done”.
It’s a personal time management system for the real world.
How does it work?
Helm is like a sat-nav for your plans.
Set a destination, work out the steps you need to get there and estimate the time. We’ve made this super easy – it’s just typing a list and can be done in seconds.
It doesn’t have to be perfect, or detailed – just enough to get you started. In Helm, steps can easily be changed, shifted around and re-scheduled – it’s a to-do list – you know the drill. Work out the things you can do now and put them in order.
Mark up the time you can spend.
Helm is all about working with reality. You simply markup the time you have and how you want to spend it. Like everything else in Helm, you don’t have to get it right first time, it’s designed to be easy to change.
Press the button.
Helm’s unique algorithm will sequence through your projects, taking into account all the priorities, deadlines and timings. If you’ve connected your Google Calendar, it will even take into account calendar events too. After a second or two, you’ll have a realistic workable plan. You’ll be able to see when you’ll hit your milestones and if there are any problems, you can deal with them now. Welcome to the world of working proactively!
Roll with the changes.
No matter how well you’ve planned, stuff will go wrong, things will take longer than expected, things will change. Plans in Helm are designed specifically to make rolling with reality a breeze. Simple update the plan, then press the button. No drama – no fuss.
With Helm, you always have a plan.
Success is the constant process of working toward your goals, little achievement by little achievement. Little achievements produce big results. Anything is possible in those 24 hours we’re given each day.
Who’s it good for?
Solopreneurs, Entrepreneurs, and Wantrepreneurs.
If you want to get anywhere, you’re going to need to manage your time really well. Helm can help you with that.
If you balance the needs of multiple clients, keep track of lots of deadlines and want to plan ahead to remove surprises, then Helm can be very effective.
People who crave a better work-life balance.
Helm is designed to help you get the most progress out of the time you have. You decide how much time you can spare for something and Helm will work to that. You can’t do your best work if your exhausted and over-worked. Sure, we all need to pull it out of the bag every now and then, but your default settings need to be healthy and sustainable. This is one of the core principles of Helm.
Great work, not overwork.
What is it not so good for?
Helm is all about your purpose. If there isn’t anything in particular that you want to pursue, then Helm might not be for you.
If you are not driven towards your goals, if you need constant reminders to get anything achieved, then Helm might not work for you.
If you’ve only got one to-do-list, then Helm is probably more than you’ll really need.
Helm is designed for you, not your boss, not your partner, not your team, you. If you need to organise others there are lots of tools that will work better for that.
So, like, can I have it??
Helm is currently in alpha. There is a full working prototype which is available to our alpha testers. It’s not quite ready for prime-time, but if you are interested in jumping in now, then please register your email below and we’ll be in touch.
Even though it’s not 100% there yet, it’s proving really useful for a wide range of use cases – in fact, Helm is being used to build Helm – which is kind of weird – but brilliant.
Sign up for more details and Beta access.
If you want to be kept up to speed with Helm’s progress, and would like access as soon as the beta becomes available, then sign up below.