FAMILY-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS GOODTIMER PLEDGES $50,000 AMAZON INNOVATION AWARD TO ST. JUDE’S--VOTE NOW AND DO SOME GOOD!—Vote for Parent-invented Goodtimer now through August 21 to Support Patented Positive Parenting Device and a Great Cause - #GoGoodtimer


Vote for Parent-invented Goodtimer now through August 21 to Support Patented Positive Parenting Device and a Great Cause

Baltimore, MD (August 3, 2021) – Mammoth marketplace established the Amazon Launchpad Innovation Grant program to support big ideas from small brands. In March, Goodtimer was selected from thousands of innovative products as a Launchpad Innovation Grant winner and is now one of just 14 finalists in the 2021 Amazon Launchpad Innovator of the Year contest. Voting by the public opens August 1st and runs through August 21st and if voted the winner, Goodtimer plans to contribute the $50,000 Innovator of the year contest prize including a generous donation of Goodtimers to St. Jude’s, one of the most beloved and trusted children’s charities.

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If chosen, inventor Adam Ashley plans to contribute the grant prize including generous donation of Goodtimers to St. Jude’s to do even more good for kids.

Goodtimer ($79.95 at, invented by parents of two and implemented with a team of pros, is an interactive and friendly clock-like companion, glows with soothing green lights and encouraging sounds that has motivated rambunctious kids to learn healthy habits that last. When a tantrum erupts in the middle of the grocery aisle, many parents dream of someone inventing a product that helps parents and tots work in tandem to promote healthy habits. Then time-outs, nagging and (yikes) yelling would disappear from family life. Goodtimer is that invention and is good news for moms and dads.

“When our children turned two, we realized that being a parent of toddlers comes with a whole new set of challenges we weren’t prepared for,” chuckled dad inventor Adam Ashley. “Our family is blessed with two amazing boys, and like many families, we were challenged with behavior issues especially in the morning and during bedtime.” Unlike time outs that punish bad behavior, Goodtimer’s patented technology helps kids earn Good Time when they follow the family’s house rules. (The product is so innovative it was awarded an elusive utility patent, which protects the functional aspects of the article, much more difficult to attain than the more typical design patent which only protects the ornamental appearance.)

The Gen Z Chore Chart
Proving that technology really makes an impact, Goodtimer is like a chore chart reinvented for modern families. Kids respond to Goodtimer’s brightly glowing lights, token incentives, and encouraging voice, with game-style functionality that’s interactive and simple enough for toddlers to understand. The result is one easy-to-use educational product that provides children with a consistent framework for success.

With Goodtimer’s patented approach, everyone is on the same page, and families can rely on the consistency and confidence that Goodtimer brings. The goal of Goodtimer is for a child to earn Good Time by following the family’s house rules. Each Goodtimer includes tokens that a youngster receives after earning Good Time. They can save their tokens and exchange them for incentives decided by the family. Additionally, every Goodtimer package includes a children’s book entitled The Clockmaker’s Creation that tells the product’s charming back story. Parents and kids obtain guidance and worksheets to incorporate Goodtimer into the family’s day-to-day routine.

In addition to helping kids listen better and follow family rules, Goodtimer also encourages kids to form healthy habits and also motivates kids to make good choices on their own.

Glowing reviews online show what an incredible difference this parenting product has made in life and strife.

“I’d never heard about something like this and during stay-at-home, it’s been a struggle to maintain order with a 5-year old, a 2-year old, and working full time,” admitted one overwhelmed parent. “What I thought was clever about this was the book that it comes with as an instruction manual. The boys got a kick out of reading it with me. I enjoyed listing the home rules and picking out rewards they’d earn with their tokens, together. No kidding, the 2nd day we used this, my 5-year old made his bed for the first time. The other cool thing is we assigned a different number of tokens per reward and my 5-year old is saving them, rather than spending right away, for something he really wants. He’s learning the value of saving.”

Goodtimer • Ages 3 + • $79.95“We bought the Goodtimer for our 3-year-old-son,” wrote another online purchaser, “to make sure we’re rewarding him with good behavior, and also so he understands when he needs to be a little better. He is obsessed! He wakes up asking where his Good Timer is and loves seeing the green button light up, as that means it’s time for a token. Currently, he is obsessed with Monster trucks, so we made a system that he can exchange a certain amount of tokens for a monster truck. Not only is he behaving better, he is also learning to count as we count the tokens with him to see if he’s close to getting another monster truck. We highly, highly recommend this!”

“I am so happy. I’m on my 7th month of pregnancy, quarantined with a very strong-willed 3-year-old,” typed an exasperated mom. “I thought I was going to lose my mind! Nothing was working! Today is the second day and it’s like I have an entirely different child. Yesterday he didn’t quite understand at first but once he got his first token it was like something clicked. All we have to do is start to flip the timer and his bad behavior completely stops!

Goodtimer • Ages 3 + • $79.95

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Use Goodtimer to address nearly any behavior your child is learning. From picky eaters to bedtime battles, Goodtimer will encourage a child to make good choices all day long. Easily adjust the difficulty setting, and Goodtimer will grow with the child as they reach new developmental milestones. Each kit includes a glowing timer simple enough for a 3-year-old; rechargeable battery; 32 reusable tokens; plush token pouch; instructional children’s book with ‘house rules’ and token worksheets plus decorative sticker sheet to customize a child’s Goodtimer.

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Launched in 2019, Goodtimer is family-owned small business created by parents for parents to help kids learn healthy habits that last. We believe that better behavior and impactful parenting are possible without sacrificing established boundaries or a peaceful home. As an Amazon Launchpad Innovation of the Year Finalist (March 2021) Goodtimer continually receives glowing reviews from parents boasting of their better-behaved kids. Discover the good times at

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