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Even entertaining the idea of investing in yourself and your business is a huge step in the right direction. 

Stay with me; your lingering questions and hesitations are likely addressed on this page.  

Half-Finished to Done: The Course

If you're still on the fence, you're likely thinking one of these four things:

Between you and me, I’m pretty sure every single person who has joined Half-Finished to Done, LIVE has thought this. 

I never get offended when people say “I don’t think this will work for me,” because I know that there’s something else going on here. 

The thought “I don’t trust myself to follow through.” 

You might have convinced yourself that this won’t stick or that you’ve tried something just like this before, but I’m going to ask you to play in a world where the following is true:

Maybe this is different. 

Maybe this will help me get to the root cause of my half-finished projects. (Not just treat the symptoms.)

Maybe I’m ready.

Maybe I can learn to trust myself again.

If that could be true, would you take the leap?

Here’s what I suspect you’ve tried: Beating yourself up, telling yourself to “just do it,” willpowering and white-knuckling, and getting stuck in the same self-fulfilling cycle. The dang vortex of half-finished projects, as I not-so-fondly like to call it.

Here’s the new way: Understand exactly why you haven’t been finishing projects, and understand the exact inputs needed for a finished product. 

Here’s a quick preview: Generating productive thoughts and productive feelings, processing unpleasant feelings (instead of resisting them), planning ahead, taking massive action, anticipating obstacles, and understanding your wins so that you can replicate and amplify them. 

If you’ve never felt the pain, guilt, shame, disappointment, and embarrassment of half-finished projects hanging over your head, this program might not be for you. But those might be feelings that you’re intimately familiar with. 

If so: I want you to pause and zoom five years into the future. Think of all of the time, energy, money, and opportunities that you leave on the table in the next five years by not solving this problem. 

Here’s how I like to think about it: If you could improve every single project—in your business, home, health, and hobbies—by just 1%, would it be worth it? 

Only you’ll know if there’s a big enough opportunity cost to make it worth solving for you. 

(For what it’s worth, when I think of it this way, I laugh with delight at what a no-brainer this program is, for the right person.)

Isn’t it funny how our brains block us from solutions and keep us stuck, because we’re worried that we’ll learn we could have solved the problem earlier? 

Here’s the great news: Part of this process is making peace with your Past Self. We won’t be digging or analyzing your past—just accepting it, dropping resistance, selling you on the idea that it all happened like it was supposed to, and then moving on: Into the land of finished projects. 

If you know in your heart that it’s not the right time for you to learn these skills, I will never disagree with you. I’ll send you on your merry way and hope to see you in the future 🙂 

But if you’re looking for me to convince you, here we go: For many people, there has literally never been a better time for this work. I joke with my clients that it’s like the universe told us all to go to our rooms and think about what we’ve done. 

Many people are completely surrounded by all of their vices, triggers, and distractions right now—food, alcohol, social media, the news, their spouse, their kids—so their distraction problem has “reached a fever pitch,” in the words of one of my clients.

Is that you? Then you might find energy in this sentiment from many of clients: If they can master these skills in the midst of a global pandemic, with heightened racial tensions, while homeschooling their kids, they can’t even imagine how much they’ll be able to create and do once we enter the “new normal.” 

This sentence will likely irk some people, but I’ll say it any way—you get to choose how you come out of these unprecedented times. What will you choose? 

Here's what's in store for the 8 weeks:

Unless otherwise noted, all 90-minute Zoom calls take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-1:30pm ET (11am CT, 10 MT, 9am PT). We kick off on January 7, 2021. 


A project is anything that you want to create, that can be clearly defined and given a clear end point. 

Think: That course you’ve been talking about creating; the book proposal you’ve been putting off; the business operating manual that never seems to get finished.

Here are some more real examples from past participants:

  • A Tarot course⁣⁣
  • A data dashboard
  • A job search course⁣⁣
  • A research project⁣⁣
  • An HR project⁣⁣ 
  • A home organization project⁣⁣
  • A racial justice project⁣⁣
  • A book proposal 

We’ll take into account the other ongoing tasks that are already on your plate. 

There are two 90-minute calls per week: One teaching call and one coaching call.

I highly recommend that you attend live, but if you can’t make it, you can catch the recording.

In addition, you will be spending about 65 minutes per week on the course reading and doing the assignments, plus the time you’ll spend executing on your project, which is up to you.

It’s time-intensive, but so worth it.

The group is capped at 10 participants per round. This ensures that everyone gets hyper-personalized coaching and feedback.

It’s actually not as uncomfortable as you might think!

But it does take vulnerability and courage to be coached live. It’s a very meta process, in which just volunteering to be coached can be a transformative step in and of itself, regardless of what comes out of the session. 

Half-Finished to Done, LIVE grads comment that some of their biggest aha moments come from watching others get coaching. We can often see in others what we can’t yet see in ourselves.

On the call, I’ll ask who would like coaching, and volunteers will join me one at a time on video. We’ll coach together as others watch from the comfort of their own homes 🙂

I’m so tempted to give you a 100% money-back guarantee. But I’m not going to. Here’s why: When you invest money, you take ownership, go all in, and surprise yourself with how much grit you have in you.

When your brain is distracted by the idea of a money-back guarantee, that doesn’t happen as easily. It’s time to go all in. 

This isn’t for you if: 

  • You’re not ready to invest 8 weeks and $799 into solving this problem forever 
  • You’re already thinking about how to get out of the assignments
  • You’d rather DIY your way to a solution
  • You’re not comfortable with direct feedback

Otherwise, I’ll see you inside! 

Besides finishing all those half-finished projects and becoming a totally different person in the process? My goodness, you ask for a lot 😉

I’m going to let my clients tell you! When I asked what their biggest takeways and wins were from our time together, here’s what they said:

“Taking time to be curious about my thoughts, thinking of a goal and identifying all you need to do and not do to achieve it; then making a plan to handle items from the list; unconditional love [for myself].”

“(1) Working through specific big issues in my life that I had trouble letting go of / didn’t like how I was ‘showing up’ for (2) learning a framework on how to address any future thoughts/issues/circumstances I’m struggling with (3) clarity on my goals and priorities for 2020 (4) identifying “traps” I’ve set for myself that I wasn’t very aware of and letting go of them.”

“Recognizing that I can commit time, energy, and money into myself and betterment. Realizing some things about myself that I hadn’t before and admitting to some others. Seeing how much is available to me and others who want to work on bettering themselves.”

“My biggest takeaway is that life coaching is very helpful and something I’d like to continue to have as a resource…life coaching is…about giving you tools to create the future you want for yourself.”

“Having someone to hold you accountable to things really does help with change. An outside person to talk to with new experience and skills is extremely helpful to see new things.””I have the ability to change if I set my mind to it and stick with it.”

“I am the only one holding me back from getting what I want.”

“Everyone is going through their own struggles, some way more similar to your than you may realize, so keep that in mind when judging or moving through life.”

“This shit is hard and cool AF.”


I extend an invitation to participate in Half-Finished to Done, LIVE if we’ve first “met” on a video call. Please book a free consult call (by clicking on the button below), so that we can ensure that it’s a mutual fit. 

We’ll meet on Zoom video for 30 minutes, get to know each other a bit, and do some speed coaching, so that you can see everything in action. (Take the car for a test-drive before you buy it, if you will.) 

If we agree that it’s a fit, I’ll send over a link so that you can pay and book your first 1:1 coaching call. 

Once you’ve enrolled, you’ll receive access to a Google Calendar with the call schedule, as well as several resources that you can work through on your own before we kick off officially as a group. 

I can’t wait to meet you!

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