The #1 reason we find that people in the Pivot program smoke is due to stress.
It’s not easy to pinpoint which experiences in Dennis Rohm’s career best suited him for the CTO role at Carrot.
Our latest study, in the journal “JMIR mHEALTH,” backs up our claim that Pivot is for all people who smoke.
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Committing to quit with a friend or loved one can increase your chances of success.
Parents want to motivate children. Companies want to motivate employees. Maybe you’ve been trying to figure out how to motivate yourself.
What if I told you we had a simple preventative service that could help avoid 50,000 premature deaths and $14 billion in U.S.
In Pivot, we call your reason for quitting smoking your “why.” Your why is your internal compass. It keeps you moving in the right direction, regardless of what’s going on around you.
Feeling energized by the prospect of a new year? Or maybe overwhelmed by yet another time when you feel like you should quit smoking? Another new year is upon us.
The start of a new year can be a hectic time in wellness. There’s the mad rush around the holidays, closing out the previous calendar year, and gearing up for the next.