Don't buy stuff that you will only use once and won't have space to store

Prioritize your wishlist for free

So many things you wish to buy, but so little money and room space?

Shopping centers and online shops are loaded with new shiny things we wish to buy.

But really. We should stop restless, compulsive, and unfulfilled consumerism.

Without taking a conscious step forward, we won't ever use more than 50% of our commodities.

Does our "more and more" mentality even make us happy anymore? The shopping excitement usually wears off within a day.

And often, careless shopping leaves traces of environmental damage, an unethical workforce, and unnecessary waste of energy.

With "1st things 1st," you can make more conscious decisions about what to buy

Before buying another piece of clothes, furniture, or electronics, take some time to evaluate what you really need.

Prioritizer "1st things 1st" helps you choose only those things that match your criteria.

Make your decision rationally, but as intuitively as giving movie ratings

"1st things 1st" helps you set priorities for your wishlist rationally but at ease.

There are 4 steps to go through:

  • defining criteria,
  • listing out the things you wish to buy,
  • evaluating things by criteria, and
  • exploring the prioritized results.

"1st things 1st" uses the Scorecard technique to let you evaluate purchases from different perspectives

Behind the scenes, there is some math involved. "1st things 1st" uses the Scorecard technique.

But no worries, you won't need any Excel sheets.

You will use the intuitive web app and leave the formulas to the computers.

It's not for everyone, but those who get the idea understand how useful it is

"The more complex decisions you have to make, the harder it is to grasp all aspects that are involved and make them. 1st Things 1st will help you make such strategic decisions by exploding your problems into series of discrete criteria and rating your options according to those criteria. Once that is done, you'll see all those options sorted by strategic importance and know exactly which ones to choose and why."

Rimas Kudelis, Software Developer

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Don't miss the opportunity to try for yourself for free

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Step 1. Define Criteria

Choose your criteria for the best purchases. Your criteria should be positively stated, measurable, and answer the questions "how likely?" or "is it?".

Step 2. Enter your Wishlist

What are you going to prioritize? List your purchase options here.

Step 3. Evaluate the Wishlist

Now you've got a combined view. Look at your purchases from different perspectives: rank all your purchases by each criterion.

Step 4. Explore Priorities

Explore your prioritization results: see the purchases that you should choose for sure, the ones that you should consider, and the ones to skip.

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