OK, back to brass tacks today. No more playing it safe with the new lines. Let’s see how I can do with incorporating them into the project in a less hey-Justin-how-about-you-stop-just-putting-new-words-over-the-old-ones kind of way.

I found Onistly on Betalist. It’s a peer review site designed to help professionals develop. No HR department. No pressure. No stock answers. Just honest feedback, provided anonymously. They’ve got a good voice on the page and it’s an interesting idea. Good thing I’m perfect so I’ll never have to test it…

* cricket cricket *

Fun logo though.


Anywho, let’s see how I can incorporate a few of the new direct response lines into the list.

Here are 100 lines about Onistly:

1 Get the feedback you’ve really been curious about
2 When you know what people think about you, you know how they’d like you to change
3 So you think you’re ready to lead? Here’s how others feel about that.
4 Peer reviews for open, honest discussions with yourself
5 Anonymous peer reviews, from anyone in your life
6 Where people who want to lead find out if they’re ready
7 An easy way to gather development feedback
8 Where good leaders find what they need to become great
9 When you know where to grow, you know how to lead
10 All the feedback you need to grow
11 You think you’re ready to lead. This will help you confirm it.
12 Curious what others think about you?
13 Here’s where others think you excel. Now you decide what to do with it
14 The peer review site for people who want to everyone really thinks
15 Find out if you’ve got any weaknesses you don’t know about
16 When you find out where you need to grow, you can create your plan
17 This is what people really think of you
18 Reach your potential, according to others
19 Do others think you have what it takes to lead? Your review will let you know.
20 Find the truth about how others feel about you
21 Have you hit your professional stride yet? Get unbiased reviews to identify the truth
22 Peer reviews help you grow. Here’s one to take anytime—even If your job doesn’t offer them
23 Find out exactly what other’s think of your skills
24 Find out what you need to do to grow the confidence of your peers
25 These are your strengths, according to your peers
26 It only takes 3 anonymous reviews to know what you need to work on
27 Let you colleagues guide you toward better
28 How to identify what skills to develop (according to your colleagues)
29 Onisty is the best policy
30 Find out everything you need to do to get better, according to your colleagues
31 Everyone has opinions about you—and here they are
32 Not sure what areas you need to develop? Find out with Onistly
33 The peer feedback you’ve been looking for
34 Ever wonder what people say about you behind your back?
35 When you know what’s holding you back, you know how to move forward
36 Almost everyone has the potential to lead. Find out if you’ve hit yours
37 Want to be sure you’re as great as you think you are?
38 The truth about how highly others regard you may surprise you. Want to see it?
39 Find out if your peers think you’ve got what it takes to lead
40 Everything you need to discover about how to develop your professional self
41 Get peer feedback outside traditional business restraints
42 Who else want to know what their peers think about their accomplishments?
43 Got weaknesses?
44 Are you ready to lead? This will help you find out.
45 Anonymous peer reviews to make you a better person
46 Helping people like you discover their full potential—and reach it
47 Track your peer feedback throughout your career, no matter job you’re in
48 Leadership can be predicted. Find out what others think about your shot.
49 Lead yourself toward becoming a better leader
50 Helping you reach your full potential, according to others
51 Get the feedback that helps you grow
52 Now that you know what your peers think, how you grow is up to you
53 Want to grow, but don’t know what to prioritize? Onistly will show you.
54 There’s a good chance you’re stronger than you think. Here’s what others say:
55 When your peers are honest, you know where to improve
56 Evaluations from others, so you can evaluate yourself
57 We’ll tell you where to grow—the rest is up to you
58 Want to know how to improve at work? Find out what your peers have to say.
59 The difference in peer reviews is their freedom to say anything
60 The peer review site HR doesn’t know about
61 The anonymous peer survey HR doesn’t know about
62 Wondering if you hit your full potential? Let your peers tell you the truth
63 Don’t read one more self-help book until you take your review
64 Have you hit your full potential? Or do people think you’re coasting?
65 Now that you know where to improve, it’s easy to make adjustments
66 The peer review site without pressure from HR
67 Because you know you can get better, you’re just not sure what to work on
68 All the peer feedback you need to develop yourself as a leader
69 Create an action plan to become a better leader
70 Find out if you’re ready to lead—according to your peers
71 Build your confidence and find areas to grow—with unrestricted peer reviews
72 The difference in our peer review, is that without HR, people are more honest
73 Do others have the same opinion about you, as you?
74 When peer feedback is this easy to get, you have no excuse to not grow
75 When it’s not controlled by your job, peer feedback is more honest
76 Stop wondering if you’ve got what it takes—and find out for sure
77 Even if you don’t think you’re ready to take on the world—your friends might
78 Find out how you’re doing in life—according to others
79 How to develop your professional skills, your leadership traits and a personality that others admire
80 When HR isn’t involved, your reviews become more honest
81 To the leader who will settle for nothing less than 100% honesty about his work
82 Concerned about how others percieve you? Onistly tells the truth
83 Grow your personal development whenever you’re ready
84 I’d like to tell you what your peers think about your work… So you know to grow
85 Your strenghts and weaknesses according to others
86 After just 3 reviews, you’ll have enough information to develop a growth plan
87 Become a better person
88 It’s clear you’ve been growing as a person—but are you sure you’re hitting the right areas?
89 Here’s what people really think of you.
90 Where leaders find out if they’re ready
91 Find out if people agree with all the things you say are your strengths
92 Your chance to confirm your strenghts is here
93 Who else wants a peer review without HR involved?
94 Use your peer feedback to create your own development plan
95 The easisest way to find out if you’re ready for the next step
96 Are you underestimating your full potential?
97 100% honest reviews, and nothing less
98 We’ve all got something to improve on. Onistly helps you identify it.
99 Guide yourself to becoming a better leader
100 You know you’re growing as a leader. But how much further do you have to go?


Overall: Not bad. Especially considering I rushed through these a bit. I’ve got a playdate with my kids in 30 minutes.

Lessons: Even though my eye is on the clock, I didn’t copy directly from the template. Most came from my big dumb brain. And I’m already weeding more of the new lines out from the pile. Stay tuned to see which stick.

  • I think I’m still playing it safe with my old list because, well,  that’s what I’m used to
  • I’m hesitant to use the direct response template too much because they’re a bit market-y. That’s not my style.
  • I’ll find a happy medium soon. Still have 25 to go!

Time: 58 minutes, 1 session