Projects are made up of two things: Data, and your opinion.
Data = Neutral, measurable facts that we can look at and adjust.
Data doesn’t say:
You’re not good enough
You’re never going to finish
See? You always do this
You might as well not try
Your opinion = Your thoughts and feelings about your progress with your project (which is often self-critical, if you’ve historically identified as a procrastinator.)
My job as a coach is to help you separate your project data from your project opinion, so that you don’t struggle or even self-sabotage unnecessarily.
We don’t ignore what you’re feeling though; we dig into it and help you understand it…while knowing that it doesn’t always represent the full truth.
I do this throughout my 8-week program, Half-Finished to Done, LIVE, as a constant reality check. If you’d like help with this—in order to make your projects less painful and more fun—I’d love to work with you.
Ready to explore Half-Finished to Done, LIVE, the program for those who want to master a sustainable, fun, repeatable project process and start enjoying life as a project finisher?