Prequel is a competition that helps you take your goals more seriously. Whoever sets and achieves the most ambitious goals wins the round.
From the Creators of BETA Camp
Successfully test an aerospike rocket engine.
Mill parts, Integrate software, 3D print parts, See if live streaming is a viable option, Make solid fuels, Make checklists to have a smoother test process
Launch the AI tool I'm building.
I'm making a simple tool to edit text with GTP3, by having GTP3 make inline suggestions for improving content, just like Grammarly.
Lina N M
Secure my first paid consulting client.
Setup a portfolio, Identify a list of potential clients and research their org, Email potential clients & set up discovery calls, Put together a sales deck to try to convert potential clients, Practice my pitch and nail it.
I will double my Twitter follower count from 2500 to 5000.
I am going to publish 10+ threads + 2 - 3 tweets/day + 4 Auto DM.
To gain experience in creating and animating characters in pixel art and learn Aseprite by creating a character and designing 3 animations for it.
Learn to use the Aseprite editor through tutorials and Aseprite docu...
Rebuild a patient tracking application for Allied BHI (a mental healthcare provider) in Outsystems/MERN stack framework.
Build out the new patient creation flow in both Outsystems and Rea...
Create an MVP for Locus.
I am going to create a minimum viable product for Locus, a project management for satellite launches project I have been testing out, it will have basic features like creating procedures, adding compliance docs, and mission-critical numbers.
To complete the Book K and R and learn C programming.
I am going to read the book absorbing as much content as well as do the MIT course
Prequel Competitions help you generate momentum on your projects. Building a startup? Launching a brand? Prequel gives you a group of peers and a structure to keep you motivated.
Progress can feel intangible. It's hard to stay motivated and on track.
When you don't know where to start, it can be hard to gain momentum on your vision.
Most programs have mandatory classes or sessions. They take time away from building.
Work on your own ideas rather than ones assigned to you.
The community ranks each other's goals by level of ambition. More ambitious goals have the potential to win more points.
Once you've set your goals, all you have to do is submit evidence that you've accomplished them. There are no mandatory meetings. We want you to have the time to get stuff done.
You win points by providing evidence that you've achieved your goals. The person who sets and achieves the most ambitious goals wins the round.
If you don't achieve your goal, you have the opportunity to write a reflection. Reflections help you recover points, giving you a boost in the next round.
You either win or you learn.
Compete with other innovators and makers. Let them push you to set and achieve increasingly ambitious goals.
Get recurring feedback from other builders. Feedback, criticism, and reinforcement from peers can keep you moving.
Connect with other makers and curious minds. You'll continuously grow with a group of like-minded individuals.
At the end of every round, write a reflection. It'll give you a boost in the competition and help you know where to improve.
Control Over Your Time
All sessions are optional. We want to give you the freedom to get stuff done. The way you engage with the competition is up to you.
Find product-market fit and scale up.
Bring ideas to the forefront of other people's minds.
Push the limits of knowledge.
Give form to new possibilities.
Build and launch real products.
Build and leverage an audience.
Broaden your horizons and discover your potential.
Aspire to something unconventional.
Ian C 🛠️
Participant Since Round 1
I've enjoyed Prequel Competitions and it definitely helped me make progress on my goals. There's a big strategy thing I didn't think of where I could've made a lot more goals and prioritized actually achieving them based on what's most realistic within the deadline and are ranked highly.
Toan T 📸
Participant Since Round 1
Prequel Competitions was seriously the most fun and entertaining way to stay motivated and on track with my goals. Having accountability and support from the group made all the difference in keeping me focused and determined to succeed. This competition is a must-try for anyone looking to make positive changes in their life.
Prequel competitions are the best way for young builders to stay accountable towards their own goals — and they're free to join.
For short deliverables, executive function skills, and high frequency KPIs.
About 30 minutes over a 2 week period.
For project milestones, experiments, and important metrics.
About 1 hour over a 1 month period.
For objectives, longer milestones, new projects, or side projects.
About 2 hours over a 3 month period.
For serious long-term projects and career milestones.
About 5 hours over a 1 year period.
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