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How to Finish What You Start as a Multi-Passionate [Episode 6]

January 19, 2022

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Today I’m going to share a sneak peek of my “How to Finish What You Start as a Multi-Passionate” Workshop. I know that as a multi-passionate finishing what you start can feel like a rare occurrence. We spend a lot of time trying to figure out what we want to start and starting, getting to the middle and then getting a bit bored and then stopping.  What I want for you to experience is an unshakeable trust in yourself that if something continues to feel aligned for you that you’re going to be able to see it through. Especially if you continue to use your Intensive Focus sessions to drop back into your why and keep your priorities aligned like we talk about in episode three.

Get the full workshop

The sneak peek that I’m going to share with you today is a very small segment of the 90-minute workshop. You can grab the replay of this full workshop experience inside of the multi-passionate mastery bundle.  The Multi-Passionate Mastery Bundle has a total of six masterclasses that are pre-recorded Including: Multi-passionate mastery 101, Overcoming Idea Fatigue, Email Marketing for Creatives, How to Pivot Without Apology, How to do a Focus Audit, and How to Create a Season of Focus.  You can grab the replay of this live workshop in the bundle and you’ll automatically get access to those other trainings that I mentioned. There’s also a downloadable content vault inside and I’m always updating the bundle. And if you purchase it once you get access to all future updates!

5 Secret Benefits of Finishing What You Start

I opened the workshop by sharing 5 secret benefits of finishing what you start which include:
  • Making the energetic investment up front
  • Accelerated Personal Growth
  • Making peace with maintenance
  • A boost in self-confidence
  • Trusting yourself to take approachable risks
Each of these benefits creates an undercurrent of transformation in you as a multi-passionate and as a person! When you fully lean into these benefits, finishing what you start becomes more than a finish line to reach.  Adopting this shift in perspective is key.

Finishing What You Start Doesn’t Mean You’ll Never Change Your Mind

This is really important, I want you to hear the differentiator here: Because I know how to finish what I start and because I know that the reason I put something down is not because I’m intimidated by the concept of finishing, if it’s time to pivot I do so with complete confidence and conviction. I invite my community to pivot with me and then we all get to go someplace amazing, and it ends up working out for everyone’s benefit. But finishing what you start doesn’t mean you’re never going to change your mind. If you have a voice in the back of your head, that’s saying, “don’t do this. This is not the thing.” And you can already see another option from top to bottom and more of your energy is there anyway, then just go with that. I have a whole masterclass inside of the bundle called Pivot Without Apology inside the Multi-Passionate Mastery Bundle which goes into more depth about pivoting if you want to hear more about my approach to that.  In summary: Finishing what you start doesn’t mean that you’ll never change your mind, but it means that if you do decide to pivot, it  won’t be because you’re intimidated by the concept of reaching the finish line. 

Getting Out of Learning and Into Action

Have you ever felt like you are just on a perpetual cycle of learning, and you’re wondering at what point are you going to start doing something? Many of my community members struggle with this and there was a point in my own experience where it was an issue for me as well. But I’ve learned how to get out of learning mode and into action mode by following a few simple steps: Ask yourself: Which of my investments will support me best during this season of focus? Create specific times for engaging with those materials and hold yourself accountable. Example: Mondays and Fridays you work through course modules. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays are dedicated to Active Focus activities.

Make it Simple

The next step is to make it simpler. A lot of times what keeps us in learning mode and not going into action mode is when we’re thinking about the breadth of a project, the entire thing. Instead, try focusing on the very first step and remember that progress is a gradual process. If you could repeat that to yourself, and if you can remember that, it’ll be a lot easier to assure yourself out of learning mode and into action mode, because you don’t need to finish the entire project today.

Get the Full Workshop

I hope that you’ve enjoyed this sneak peek of the How to Finish What You Start as a Multi-Passionate workshop.  If you want to know which project to start with first, how to keep your momentum going without burning out, how to stay focused all the way through to the finish line and so much more definitely grab the replay of this full workshop. You can grab the full replay of this workshop inside of the Multi-Passionate Mastery Bundle. You’ll also automatically unlock six other self-paced trainings, a downloadable content vault, and any other future updates to the bundle at no extra cost. Finishing what you start is a super power as a multi-passionate! Tune into episode 6 of the Multi-Passionate Mastery Podcast to learn why. Thanks for joining me today! I’ll talk to you soon.
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Finishing what you start is a super power as a multi-passionate! Tune into episode 6 of the Multi-Passionate Mastery Podcast to learn why.

Finishing what you start is a super power as a multi-passionate! Tune into episode 6 of the Multi-Passionate Mastery Podcast to learn why.

Finishing what you start is a super power as a multi-passionate! Tune into episode 6 of the Multi-Passionate Mastery Podcast to learn why.

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