Someone recently told me “You have the most renewable brand I’ve ever heard of” after I told her about my program, Half-Finished to Done, LIVE.

Let’s focus in on the word “renewable.”

What she meant is that it’s a no-brainer for my clients to go through the program multiple times, uncovering and applying more of their own wisdom each time with each new projects.

I couldn’t agree more.

But there’s another way to explore the term renewable: “a source of energy that is not depleted by use.”

Project finishing skills are a renewable resource. Not only does effective, sustainable project management not deplete you; it energizes you.

You learn to renew your energy levels with true downtime that rejuvenates you.

You learn to research and build new skill sets from desire, not urgency or inadequacy.

You learn to schedule in a way that matches and amplifies your natural energy ebbs and flows.

You learn to find the sweet spot of challenging yourself on the scope and effort level of your project, without setting yourself up for failure by overdoing it.

You learn to study your wins, unearthing your most energizing, productive thoughts and feelings, so that you can lean into them on demand.

Being a project finisher can feel energizing; not exhausting or demoralizing.

So, if you’re not feeling energized by the prospect of taking on a new project, it’s an indicator that it might be time for us to work together. 

The only place that I work with clients is in 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.

Can’t wait to work with you!