MARTIN

GRUNBURG

highlights
  • Foremost authority on habit development for goal attainment
  • Recognized as “father” of the modern habit-tracking movement
  • Inventor and author of The Habit Factor ® App from 2009 onwards
  • Created the P.A.R.R (Plan, Act, Record, & Reassess) methodology
  • Featured in New York Times, CNet, OpenForum, Lifehacker.com, Mashable.com, etc.
  • Founder and COO of C3 Networx and Home2Oce LLC
  • Won the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics twice
areas of expertise
  • Habit Change
  • Habit Development
  • Goal Achievement
  • Productivity Transformation
biography

MARTIN is the creator/inventor of The Habit Factor® as well as the author of the international bestselling book sharing the same name. He’s widely recognized as the father of the modern habit tracking movement for goal achievement.

Martin was invited to present these revolutionary insights about habit and goal achievement at TEDx in the United Arab Emirates, and his work has been featured in the world’s most popular productivity blogs such as Lifehacker.com and Mashable.com as well as New York Times, C|Net and OpenForum. He’s been identified by Success Magazine as one of today’s most inspirational, creative and respected thought-leaders in the multibillion-dollar personal-development arena.

Prior to developing and authoring The Habit Factor®, Martin has been a partner in C3 Networx, formerly Home2Oce Computing Solutions, Inc. As founder/COO, he’s been nominated twice for the Entrepreneur of the Year award and has twice led his team to win the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

Martin served on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters regionally in San Diego (06 – 2016) and has been a big brother for more than 15 years. He has also served as a volunteer instructor for Junior Achievement, teaching “Success Skills” to some of the city’s more economically challenged high schools.

He is an avid waterman, surfer and sailor who has completed the Catalina Classic (a 32-mile open-ocean paddle) multiple times and considers himself an “accidental triathlete”, having completed several full Ironman-distance triathlons (one in France).