2. It’s a bolt-emblazoned bracelet that promises to “[turn] your resolutions into reality” by zapping you with an electric shock every time you give into a bad habit.
3. How it works: You program your goals into Pavlok’s smartphone app. Then you choose what happens if you don’t meet them.
7. You’ll assign a consequence to each, ranging from small nudges — like using vibration or sound to remind you to get back on track…
9. The latter may sound crazy, but according to Pavlok’s CEO Maneesh Sethi: “Sometimes crazy works.”
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