Ep 272: 3 Simple Steps To Release Your Perfectionism Handbrake + Get Shit Done

I want to share my simple 3 step process for releasing your perfectionism handbrake and getting shit done called the PGSD Process. The PGSD Process is being taught live inside Perfectionists Getting Shit Done starting on 31 May 2021. We’re doing our first ever live round. If you’re already a PGSDer you’ll be able to join us but if not, now is the time to sign up because the doors to PGSD are closing at 11:59 pm EDT on 28 May. The PGSD Process will give you all the structure and support you need to actually do all the things you know you need to do. Right now you know A LOT about personal development and business - you’ve been listening to podcasts, watching webinars etc - but your life doesn’t reflect what you intellectually know. If someone was to look at your life from the outside they’d see you procrastinating and scrolling through Instagram, they’d see you feeling overwhelmed with an endless to do list and always feeling behind, they’d see you jumping from one marketing strategy to the next and not having the clients or business you want to have. The PGSD Process will help you put what you intellectually know into practice so you can start putting what you know into practice. Business isn’t about how much potential you have, it’s about what you do with your potential.  Sign up at samlaurabrown.com/pgsd before the doors close at 11:59 pm EDT on 28 May 2021. In this episode I’m sharing the entire PGSD Process so you know exactly what it is and how it will help you release your perfectionism handbrake. In This Episode You’ll Learn: The only 3 things you need to focus on to get shit done The hidden planning mistakes that make perfectionists fall off the wagon Why you don’t need any productivity tips or hacks to be more productive The secret to staying consistent How to sign up for PGSD and join our first ever live round of the PGSD PRocess   Featured In The Episode: Perfectionists Getting Shit Done - group coaching program

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