We Are Everydae People

Boost your grades, ace the SAT, and learn essential life skills… in as little as 10 minutes a day.

A Little Goes A Long Way:

At Everydae, we’re harnessing the awesome power of elbs to help high school students realize their potential…one day at a time.

“Elbs are Exponential Little Bits, tiny but relentless changes that compound to make a miracle. The power of an elb lies not in its size, but in its daily occurrence.”

- Roy Williams, The Wizard Academy

We all (should) know that cramming is a terrible way to study. Especially when few of us have the bandwidth to do it, let alone the attention span 😉.

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Credit: Pixar

A Little Evidence:

Academic research (like this) confirms that small daily practice is more effective than cramming right before a test.

“The strongest force in the universe is compound interest.”

- Albert Einstein, genius

People typically talk about compound interest in the context of financial investing 📈. But the concept is equally instrumental to our personal growth, like learning a new skill 🧠.

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A Little Inspiration:

We surveyed high school students and most said they spend 4–6 hours a day doing homework, and not a single one gets the recommended 8 hours of sleep per night.

A Little More About Us:

We’ve been in the education space for 17+ years. Our team has more than 20,000 hours of teaching, tutoring and curriculum development experience, and we’ve written content for (and operated) some of the most respected test prep companies in the world. We even sold one of them in 2018 (see).

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RIP Harris

“Most people overestimate what they can do in a day, and underestimate what they can do in a month.”

- Matthew Kelly, The Long View

Call it an elb; call it compounding interest. Whatever you call it, maximizing your potential starts with a small step, everydae.

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Redefining how students prepare for the SAT… in as little as 10 minutes a day @ everydae.com

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