I heard from quite a few folks who said they missed the early-bird deadline for Project Prowess, and they asked (very nicely) if I’d bring it back…and I’m saying YES, because I really want as many of you as possible to benefit from this material!
I want you to join the absolutely amazing group that’s gathering, and learn how to choose, start and finish your projects with more ease and enjoyment.
So I’m making it super easy. All you need to do is go to the Project Prowess page, and then use the secret discount code of SAVE100 to get in for $99.
Ms. Prowess insisted I mention that that works out to less than $25 per session, and it means you are getting my project smarts for less than $15 per hour. (Isn’t that what movie tickets cost these days?)
Oh…and now she wants me to answer a couple of questions that we got.
Do I have to know what project I want to work on?
Nope! As long as you have a couple of ideas, our very first session will be about how to choose the idea that’s best for you and your business right now.
Do I have to have a business already?
Not exactly, however you should have some decent clarity about how you want to help people. Your project could be something that will help you set the business up, like creating the website, or creating something helpful for your future email list subscribers.
How do I know if this is right for me?
Well, let me answer by explaining who this class isn’t for.
If you’re just looking for a way to fill in a spreadsheet and wind up with the perfect project plan, this isn’t for you.
It’s also not for you if you’d rather burn yourself out by pushing through on a project than to stop and explore what you really want and need from your creative process.
And if you’re looking for something that will eliminate 100% of your fear and stuckness around projects, please look elsewhere. (Fear is a normal part of the creative process. The key is being able to process and manage the fear, not eliminate it.)
Who Project Prowess is really for
You want to look forward to spending time with your business. And you understand that both which projects you work on and how you work on them are a big part of enjoying your work.
It’s a process. And the way that you shift your relationship with projects is by practicing. What do I mean by practicing? I mean learning the tools you need, and then using them to work on a real project.
How much is it worth to you to have the support and accountability you need to get a project you care about done?
There are some utterly fabulous people who’ve signed up. I hope you’ll consider joining us.