Recently I’ve been working on building a new habit which came out of having too many projects on the go.
I noticed that the sheer fact of having so many half completed projects was affecting the overall effectiveness of my visibility strategy by creating a drag on my capacity to make offers.
If you’ve had any concerns about consistency, momentum, or you’re just tired of having a whole lot of half started projects, and are ready to make a change, this one’s for you.
The old, unhealthy habit was this; starting a project or task and that task taking more time that I expected it to take. Then, because I’d come up against this hurdle, shifting to a different task, rather than sticking with the one I was working on.
In this video I take you through the new habit I created instead, as well as the inner work and a bunch of practical steps I’ve taken to address this problem once and for all.
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