MyMythos Perfectly Blends ‘Getting Things Done’ and ‘Making Things Fun’
Get started with our free Starter Kit below.
Starter Kit – Beginners Guide & Printables
Get more more out of chores, homework, creative play, self discovery, and empowerment with this kit!
All it takes is a simple reframing in a child’s mind to turn boring tasks into adventures. Using the power of personal mythology, MyMythos takes care of the reframing for you and gets your child on the track to having fun while improving themselves.
With this kit you get:
- Start Here Page
- Power Up Page
- Level Up Page
- Personal Mythology Printable
- 8 Color Pages
What People are Saying
“Oh my god!”
“I am a teacher and a gamer, and I have been looking for something like this for a while now.“
“A better reason than because I told you!”
“I love being able to track color power levels with my seven year old! It really gives her a sense of accomplishment when doing her chores or homework!“
“A total success.”
“It works so well for getting him to do chores and he asks all the time if he has earned his next power level yet.”
“A series of ingenious techniques that bring personal mythology into the 21st century.“
Stanley K. Ph.D.
Get Off The Games and Get Your
MyMythos uses Personal Mythology to Change Every Day Tasks Into Super Powers
The Power To Heal
Putting a bandaid on your friend! Or when your body heals itself.
The Power To Spread Happiness
Choosing to be happy even when things don’t go your way!
The Power of Confidence
Knowing that confidence is something you can work on and level up!
The Power To Complete Quests
Every life challenge is an opportunity to complete a new quest!
The Power Of Empathy
Being able to feel what other people feel!
The Power Of Intelligence
Being able to use facts to figure anything out!
The Power of Self Control
The ability to control your emotions and actions!
The Power of Clarity
Always seeking truth and honesty and to remove the clouds of doubt!
Entertainment addiction is now parents number one issue in parenting. There is a battle for kids attention – and games are winning.
Around 45% Sometimes Skip Homework to Game
Around 48% Play As a Way to Escape Problems And Feelings
Around 64% Sometimes Skip Chores to Game
Source: Psychological Science