“I don’t think Half-Finished to Done, LIVE is for me, because I don’t really have projects in my business.”
I get this comment from business owners sometimes, but after some chatting, we always figure out that the person does in fact have unfinished projects in their business.
Because all business owners have projects.
In the Pique Coaching world, we define projects as:
- Something with a specific purpose and outcome
- That has multiple steps
- That can be done on a specific timeline
- That is designed specifically to generate a return on the time and energy you invest (in the form of more positive emotions, more money, more time, more social capital, and more impact)
Here are some examples of projects that you might want to complete in an 8-week Half-Finished to Done, LIVE sprint:
- Recording an audiobook
- Writing a section of a book
- Creating an evergreen online training
- Designing and hosting a webinar series
- Recording a musical album
- Creating a simple website
- Putting together a live virtual or in-person event
- Launching a podcast
- Writing a landing page
- Putting together sales collateral
- Doing a research project or paper
- Organizing and decorating an office space
- Executing on a study guide for a continuing ed certification or program
- Writing a client or employee handbook
- Setting up client tracking systems
- Writing a marketing automation
- Setting up your business’ financial systems
Once you realize that you have valuable projects waiting to be done in your business, you’ll start seeing project ideas everywhere.
Let me teach you how to harness all of those awesome ideas into finished projects, done in a way that you love, with results that you love.
Your journey starts with the next round of 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.
P.S. This was posted by a client in Week 6 of 8 in the program. Here’s what happens when you take on your projects in a new way:
“I’ve made a huge amount of progress, which has resulted in a better work product, produced in less time and in a much better emotional state, and more rest and relaxation once I’m done with work. (Yay!)”