Thinking about projects that we leave half-finished often evokes feelings of self-judgment, self-criticism, guilt, shame, embarrassment, or other negative emotions.
I want to introduce you to a different way to approach this. Let’s look at this scientifically. I want you to consider that the difference between a half-finished project and a finished project is just inputs and outputs. When we look at it with the curiosity of a scientist, it removes so much of the emotional heaviness, which helps you change things moving forward.
Listen in as I break this down into four different inputs and one output that you need to keep procrastination at bay and take your projects from half-finished to done.
What’s inside the episode:
- The four factors that create a half-finished or finished projects
- How to apply this framework to your projects
- The most common reasons that I see projects left half-finished by my clients
The framework mentioned: