When you’re choosing what to invest our time, money, and energy into, one of the things you evaluate—consciously or not—is how much effort and sacrifice it requires of you.
If you perceive that something takes more effort and sacrifice than it gives you in reward, you don’t do it.
In the context of your half-finished projects, this sounds like: “Even if I show up to work on my projects, it won’t matter anyway.”
You might not think this consciously, but it’s likely somewhere in your mind when you’re not taking action on your projects.
Another place that this belief system shows up is deciding whether to enroll in my program, Half-Finished to Done, LIVE.
If you have been believing that the program will take more out of you than it gives back, it makes sense that you haven’t enrolled yet.
So, I want to make it clear what you’ll give vs what you’ll get back.
Here’s what I’ll ask you to give:
- One full day for the kickoff event
- One hour per week for 8 weeks of live coaching calls
- Two hours per week to review the concepts and actively apply them, digging into supplementary materials as needed
- Trust, vulnerability, and openness
- A willingness to stay in the arena when it gets tough
That’s 32 hours invested over 8 weeks, plus an investment of energy and money.
Here’s what you’ll get in return: An end-to-end project planning and execution process to use for any personal or professional project you take on—ever.
Here are a few of the specific methods that help guarantee you get back way more than you put in:
- A simple 6-step project planning process that condenses months-long projects into 8 weeks. First, you’ll learn and apply the process with my help in real time, then you’ll repeat the process indefinitely on your own, using your lifetime access to the materials.
- A deep work process that helps you do in one hour what it used to take you 3-4 hours to do
- A calendar audit framework that helps you eliminate up to 12+ hours per month of obligations off your calendar—immediately
- A Feeling Now process that reduces your emotional spin outs from days or weeks down to hours or even minutes
- On-demand documentation of the most common roadblocks you are likely to hit, so you get through them exponentially more quickly than normal
You’ll put in 32 hours; and I will help you reclaim hundreds of hours.
The result: Way more projects completed, in way less time. (Plus way more time for living a full, rewarding life outside of your projects.)
It’s all inside 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. Most of my clients will tell you that they had to acknowledge and work through the fear that they were going to put in more than they’d get out before joining the program.
Here are some of their wins on the other side of saying yes:
“I’ve become more able to feel a sense of accomplishment and completion at the end of the workday, and more able to feel free and relaxed after work is done, since I have more of a sense that whatever remains to be done will actually get accomplished in the near future. Huge win.”
“In the past, I had a difficult time starting a task and most tasks would not be completed. Now I am able to create a schedule for myself that frees me from mental anguish and I am able to start tasks as they up on my calendar.”
“I used to be hyper-focused on needing a certain schedule because I thought that would fix it all. But the ‘realer’ a schedule I create, the more I get done, while also feeling better about myself.”
“I made a lot of headway on my project and I know that I will finish. The fact that I didn’t fully overcome the tech glitches was a big deal for me. I like things to be perfect. But by letting go of perfection, I know the project will get done and I can schedule time to fix the glitches later. This is uncomfortable for me. But I’d rather sit with the discomfort and get the project done, than stall because I can’t figure something out.”
“I think I’ve always known I am a finisher, but I just didn’t know my own capacity and what it looks and feels like. I now know what it’s like when I show up consistently—the pride, the feeling of accomplishment. At the end of the day, I feel so satisfied and I’m not asking myself, ‘What did I actually get done today?’”