Create regular check in routines to stay connected, engaged and focused on what matters most in your life, all in the one place
Set out your areas of focus, such as family, friends, work, self improvement or many others.
Check in on the segments and add notes.
Check the progress of each segment for yourself and all others you’ve asked for input.
Track steps toward achievement for yourself and with others.
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iyarn’s check in is designed to be quick and easy. These check ins create a consistent conversation starter.
What gets measured, gets improved. By tracking the important aspects that matter to you, you can focus on making them better over time.
Stay on track to achieve your personal goals. Use iyarn to keep those around you engaged.
Executive Director Pollination
We’re [Pollination is] a fast growing, global team and iYarn has become one of our most important weekly rituals. We use it to measure team wellbeing, how well we’re living our values as an organisation, and our sense of impact. The check-ins have created space for some amazing conversations that just wouldn’t have happened without iYarn.
Co-CEO & Founder of Nexba
Troy, alongside his Co-founder and brother-in-law Drew, were inspired to innovate and shake up the high-sugar and artificial-laden beverages market in Australia after seeing the devastating impact of diabetes and obesity on people at home, and around the world. From humble beginnings selling iced tea from the back of a van in Bondi, Sydney the pair are now approaching their tenth year in business with consistent 100% YOY growth and major stockists…Learn more
Australian of the Year Finalist
With her husband Brett, Annie Fogarty AM founded the Fogarty Foundation in 2000 to help advance education, support young people to reach their full potential and to build stronger communities. Under Annie's leadership, the foundation identifies areas of need, supports partner organisations with philanthropic funds, connections and knowledge, and develops initiatives that deliver educational opportunities…Learn more
Leading Leaders to Excellence
From humble beginnings growing up in Blacktown, to competing on the world stage across four Olympic Games, Dan Collins’ ongoing pursuit for excellence is nothing short of convincing. Since retiring from his Olympic quest for Gold in the sport of Kayaking, taking home both Silver and Bronze medals along with numerous World Championships, Dan has focused his energy on managing…Learn more
Entrepreneur, Creative & Mental health Advocate
Scott is a Gooniyandi and Gadgerong man from Broome, Western Australia. He graduated from UWA in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Anthropology and Indigenous history and heritage studies. Scott is currently managing his time engaging with various youth organizations in Sydney and Melbourne, including Year 13, Aurora Education Foundation and an Australian Youth Advocate for Mental Health (AYAHM) with Headspace.…Learn more