You’re smart, you’re capable, you get shit done.
But all of those half-finished projects cluttering your physical and mental space? Not only are they draining your energy and eroding your self-confidence, they’re blocking you from seeing what you’re truly capable of. It’s time to unlock all of that untapped potential, once and for all.
If you’re like my clients, you know deep down that it’s not about not having enough time. You understand that it’s something deeper that keeps you from completing your projects.
“I just don’t have enough willpower” is a common reason that my clients come up with.
But here’s the secret: It’s not about willpower, either. It’s about understanding your brain.
Hi, I’m Cristina Roman, and I’m a reformed half-finished project person. (Say that five times fast.)
I used to joke that the internet was scattered with my half-finished projects. Beneath the joke was a feeling that I wasn’t committed or focused enough to just follow through. Once the novelty of a new project wore off, I was off in search of the next shiny project to sink my teeth into.
Using the method that I will teach you, I revamped the way that I take on and finish projects in my personal and professional life. My belief “I don’t follow through” has become “Of course I’ll follow through; I’m a damn finisher.”
Understanding exactly what got you here, and what’s next.
Getting out of the vortex of half-finished projects; taking inventory of all of your projects; intentionally choosing one project to pursue and tabling the rest.
Establishing your “course insurance” (your opportunity cost and your compelling reason); brainstorming and implementing your comprehensive project plan.
Taking massive action and overcoming obstacles along the way with the 5 project principles.
Troubleshooting your unique challenges and implementing personalized feedback from me on your project.
How to generate and handle any feeling, on demand, in order to fuel massive action.
Understanding and maximizing your Productivity Power Zone, the place where your time, priorities, commitment, and focus overlap.
The remaining 16 most common challenges that my clients experience -- and how to solve them in your life.
Every lesson is marked with the total amount of time that you can expect to invest, a summary of key takeaways; and an assignment, where you’ll receive personalized feedback from me, a Procrastination Coach.
This is hands-down the most common objection that I hear from people. Many people identify as “course hoarders.” So, first, ask yourself, “Is it important for me to be a person who finishes things?” (It might not be, and that’s okay.)
If it is: Ask yourself, “How can I become a person who finishes things?” Firmly hold yourself accountable to generating at least 5 ideas. If this course is on your list of ideas, I’d love to see you enroll.
Lastly: I’m a sucker for all things meta, meaning that I’ve specifically designed this course to be the course that helps you finish future courses, by empowering you to become a project finisher. Think of it as your turning point.
And if you’re still not convinced — join us for Half-Finished to Done, LIVE, where we take all of this material and apply it in a live, intensive group setting.
If you’ve never felt the pain, guilt, shame, disappointment, and embarrassment of half-finished projects hanging over your head, this course 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. Only you’ll know if there’s a big enough opportunity cost to make it worth solving for you.
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.
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.
Assuming that you do all of the reading and assignments (10/10 would recommend; it will take your course experience from great to mind blowing), you’ll be spending on average 65 minutes per week on the course, plus the time you’ll spend executing on your project, which is up to you.
Yes! If you use the course for at least 14 days, do the assignments, and still don’t find value, you can request a full money back refund.
A project is anything that you want to create, that can be clearly defined and given a clear end point.
For example: You might want to finish your screenplay or a book; write an ebook or course for your business; finally finish decorating your home; revamp a process in your day job; learn that language you’ve been talking about for years; or finally hit that savings goal by getting your side hustle up and running.
This isn’t for you if:
Otherwise, I’ll see you inside!