I’m an entrepreneur based in NYC. Currently working on a venture in the mental health space called Human (yes, Jour)
I spend most of my time building product with my incredible team at Jour and learning about trends at the intersection of technology and people.
Writings on Jour
Jour for Therapists: free and secure video communication tool
In these unprecedented times, we at Jour have been wondering how we could do our part help. The first thing we did was offer a free, one-year Premium Jour subscription to any healthcare worker. Now, we want to address something new: remote therapy. Go on Jour for Therapists website here.
Jour Premium is free for healthcare workers
Hi friends, It's an unusual time. And it's only normal to feel affected by the worldwide response to COVID-19. But it's important to remember why it's such an unusual time. We're adopting new lifestyles to do one thing: take care of one another.
Meet: Jour Premium
In March, we launched the very first version of Jour on the App Store. In June, we released a powerful new feature: Daily Jour. In August, our community reached 200,000 journalers and is still growing. Today we're releasing Jour Premium - a suite of subscription-based features to provide guidance and build a practice that fully reflects the life you live.
Meet: Daily Jour
Today, we're excited to introduce a new feature to our community: Daily Jour, where you can now find a daily release of guided prompts to reflect and focus your thoughts.
The New Journal
We're a team of entrepreneurs, writers, designers, and engineers. In December of 2018, we set out to create a product that would make the mindful, wellness practice of journaling easier and more accessible. We wanted to create a tool that could easily integrate into and improve both people's lives and the amount of time we all spend on our phones.
Quality of life has never been better. The worldwide standard of living keeps climbing. Innovations in healthcare mean that we get to live longer than ever before. Humankind has never had so many resources available literally at its fingertips. Yet, as a global society, we're not all that happy.