How to
Make Progress

So, you signed up as a member. Now what?

Your goal as a professional is to make progress toward mastery. That’s what we measure. You can pick from 17 programs and a number of workshops and then you try to achieve all objectives.

You can choose yourself how you want to earn the required points. For some objectives, you may want to attend online meetups. For other categories, you may prefer watching videos and playing games. You’re the professional. You figure it out. However, we define a maximum number of points that you can earn per activity type and role.

Tip: to pick the next activity, use the Find Things To Do, Scheduled Events, or What To Do Next reports.

When you finish reading an article, or watching a video, or attending a meetup, you need to evaluate it if you want to be rewarded with a score. We share the evaluation link in our own meetups, under our videos, and in post-meetup emails. There are also Evaluate buttons in all reports on MindSettlers.

On MindSettlers, you can offer your input on what you learned. An evaluation includes a description of your learning/reflection, an activity rating, and (in some cases) evidence that must be uploaded. Within one working day, we will review your input and (if deserved) add the points you earned.

Please note that moderation and administration of new evaluations typically takes us one working day, depending on how busy things are. There is a delay between the confirmation that we received your evaluation, and your new points being included in the reports. There are manual steps in between, which we try to do once per day.

Note: it is possible that some activities result in points for multiple programs. Evaluate once, score twice!

Please note that moderation and administration of new evaluations typically takes us one working day, depending on how busy things are. There is a delay between the confirmation that we received your evaluation, and your new points being included in the reports. There are manual steps in between, which we try to do once per day.

Note: it is possible that some activities result in points for multiple programs. Evaluate once, score twice!