A heartfelt thanks to artist and coaching client Sonja Cillié for the below testimonial on our recent work together:
- “I have benefited tremendously from our coaching sessions. My productivity has increased tenfold. When I come across a barrier now it doesn’t derail me completely anymore, I can get back on track the same or at the very least the next day. I am very aware of my perfectionistic thoughts and am able to be more compassionate (most of the time).”
Coaching will help you get your new year off to a productive and confident start. All coaching begins with a $375 Needs Analysis / Action Planning Process, and that may, in fact, be all you need! Sign up now, or learn more about my coaching here.
Also, order a paperback copy of The 7 Secrets of the Prolific directly from me and I’ll custom-autograph it for you or the person of your choice. (You’ll also get an e-copy!) Be sure to write the desired inscription in the memo section of your order form. (You can also get it from Amazon and iTunes, of course.) Here’s the latest review:
- “I am an executive coach and leadership development professional, so I have read many, many, many books on procrastination and perfectionism. This book nails it in a way that nothing I have ever come across before does. Thank you so much for writing this, Hillary, you have helped me more than I can say. It would not be an overstatement to say this book has changed my life.”
Thank you for your continued support! I wish you well for the holidays and beyond. Although many of us here in the U.S. and elsewhere anticipate dark times politically, we’ll get through it like we always do, with love, political activism, and community. I have been reading All on Fire, the late Henry Meyer’s monumental biography of abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. What strikes me is the many ups-and-downs the abolitionists experienced–including many “downs” right before they won and slavery was abolished. The important things are to: (1) take care of yourself (you’re precious), (2) find your people – the ones fighting the good fight, and fighting it effectively – and, (3) never give up.