Sound familiar? --> You have an idea for a new program or offer and you jump on it, but after a week or two your initial excitement fades and you eventually move on to another project, leaving the one you were working on chillin’ on the back burner.
You see, as BRILLIANT as you are at what you do, I bet you have created $100K worth of programs sketched out on numerous notepads, Trello boards, Word/Google Docs, and on your website to name a few.
But when it comes to finalizing your brilliance...*Crickets*
You then repeat this cycle over and over, running from one shiny, new strategy to the next and quitting on projects that COULD deliver your greatest breakthroughs and success.
You are TRAPPED in what I call: Project-Program Creation Schizophrenia ADHD mode (with a side of course-junkie-ism).
Here's the thing...
Hiring business coaches is brilliant! They give you all the business tools you need to create and market your expertise... but they didn't give you the business flow tools. This is why you are a super-star program creative with mind-blowing transformation results you can produce for your ideal clients.
You can gather all of your expertise and put it together...but, unfortunately, that's where it usually stops and gets doomed for success.
You’re a BOSS when it comes to your program creatives, but when it comes to your relationship with your business, it’s loveless, cold, and distant. It's not enough to only have a program if no one BUYS it (this is the business side).
You're distracted like a cat who sees multiple strings and a laser light!
So you can imagine how mind-numbing it is to try and get back on track when all these exciting toys are available to play with, but tend to break up your work flow.
It sucks, because the business coaches you hired didn't tell you that you have to have a solid and unshakable personal-business-flow relationship first.
...And this is exactly where I was, even after investing over $20K in business coaches. I was paralyzed and trapped in the Program/Project Creation Schizophrenia ADHD cycle (with a generous side of course-junkie-ism) because I was unaware of the personal relationship I had with my business (or lack thereof).
Yes, I’d mastered my marriage and mentored near-divorce couples on theirs, but when it came to MY relationship with my business, I was neglecting it and, the sad truth is, many other entrepreneurs are doing the same.