Wisdo is a community for people to develop strong, meaningful connections and work towards long-term goals with others facing similar challenges.

It's free to register in Wisdo, and you have a 7-day free trial to try the platform. However, once the trial ends, you have to pay a subscription to continue using the platform. It costs $32/quarter or $75/year.

When you register, you will be able to complete your personal profile. The profile is a way to share your story and connect with others going through a similar path in life. Wisdo allows you to join different communities, according to the type of people you want to connect with. There are over 70 communities inside. You can find many different categories of communities, such as "mental health", "self-growth", "work & money", "identity", "family", and "physical health".

To join a community you will have to complete a questionaire. Those questions will involve different situations (according to the community you want to join), and you have to answer if you are currently experiencing that, if you experienced it before, or if you never experienced it. This allows the platform to suggest you people to connect to that are facing similar challenges. It also enables "Helpers" that have gone through similar things to help you.

Helpers are established members in the platform, that have helped many members during their time in Wisdo. Once you join your preferred communities, you will be able to interact both with Helpers and with regular members. You can post in the different communities sharing your story, asking questions, or requesting advice. You can also chat with individual members you connect with.

On the other hand, the community offers one-on-one and group coaching sessions. There are over 30 certified mentors in Wisdo, that can help you unlock your potential. Coaches will work with you by helping you set long-term goals and keep you accountable so you stick with them.

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  • Membership: Paid Community
  • Year Founded: 2016
  • Founders:

    Boaz Gaon

  • Amount of members: 1,000,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Connect 24/7 with thousands of peers:
Wisdo allows you to connect at any time with thousands of peers from all over the world. Over time, you will develop you own support network of people who are facing similar challenges as you.

Match with dedicated "Helpers" on similar paths:
Through Wisdo you can get the support of "Helpers", members of Wisdo who have a record of helping others in the platform. You can also connect with certified mentors to get personalized help.

Achieve your goals:
The community allows you to set long-term goals in many different areas of your life. Wisdo's coaches will keep you accountable and give you the friendly push you need to work on your goals.

  • Yearly Cost

Included in Free Version

You can try Wisdo for free for 7 days before you commit to a paid subscription.



No requirements.



Members of Wisdo connect via Zoom in regular events:

  • Wellness Wednesday: this is a support session for everyone to share what is going on in their lives, receive support, and support others as well.
  • Lighthearted Sessions: these sessions are a fun mix of games, icebreakers, and trivia, to connect with members in more of a casual way.

Learning Events

Members of Wisdo can access certified mentors and join one-on-one or group peer support sessions with Helpers (members who have helped others through similar life events). Likewise, there are also one-on-one and group coaching opportunities. These sessions are great to work towards a life goal of your choice. Coaches help you to get organized, establish goals, and keep you accountable to stick to them. There are over 30 coaches on Wisdo.

Wisdo is currently adding on-demand telehealth. This will allow users to connect with medical professionals (for example, therapists) to sort through issues that are impeding them to reach their full potential.

Networking Events

Inside Wisdo, you can connect with members who are going through similar life events by joining some of the 70+ communities. You can find communities like anxiety, practicing self-care, people who were adopted, LGBTQ life, ADHD, sexual assault, chronic pain, reducing stress, eating disorders, going vegan, acne, loneliness, racism, infertility, and so much more.

Wisdo's communities provide you with a support network of peers to ask questions, vent, and develop meaningful relationships. Once you share your story and set some goals, Wisdo will suggest people who are facing similar life circumstances, and you can connect with them if you want. To interact with others, you can post in the communities you join, and chat with individual members as well.


"I came to Wisdo 3 years ago, when I was looking for a healthier alternative to social media. And gosh did I find a diamond! I started out observing different communities and found myself relating to so many others. Wisdo is such a wonderful community; full of love, a place where anyone can be heard. I’m really grateful for the connections I’ve made here; Wisdo has been an important part of my healing." -Chloe

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