Follow-Through Habits For Serial Quitters

August 26, 2014

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When I first read today’s question, my heart melted.

Knowing a 16 year-old boy was struggling with something nearly all of us face got me super fired up to help. Plus, knowing creative kids are fans of the show got me a little misty eyed too.

So let me ask…

Do you ever have trouble finishing what you start?

Do amazing ideas come to you all the time but — after the initial excitement wanes — you struggle to follow through? If you’re creative and ambitious, the answer is likely yes.

Being multipassionate can be an energizing gift, but it can also crush your confidence if you’re not able to push your projects through to completion.

In today’s episode, discover two smart and often overlooked strategies that help – especially if you sometimes feel like a serial quitter.

As promised here’s the link to our other episode about follow-through.

Now, I’d love to hear from you.

What’s the most important follow-through insight you’re taking away from today? Or, if you’ve struggled with this issue, what’s the single biggest strategy that’s helped you learn to finish what you start?

Let me know in the comments below and add as much detail as you can. Thousands of beautiful souls come here each week for insight and inspiration, and your story may be exactly what someone else needs to hear right now.

P.S. I’m proud to share that our company made the INC 500 list this year and we got a sweet write up about Entrepreneurial Strengths: Groundbreaking new research shows what sets Inc. 500 CEOs apart from the pack.

Huge thanks to the @Inc team and to @LeighEBuchanan for including us in her article, and my deepest gratitude to YOU, our beloved community.

Without you, there would be no business. Thank you for continuing to let us serve you.

Thanks in advance for reading, watching and adding your genius to the conversation.

You make my world!

With all my love,


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