Lessons Learned #10 – Overstating the Problem

This post is part of a series that began here. By sharing my “lessons learned” I hope to illustrate the power of this daily practice of gentle self-observation. Please follow along and share your own.

You think you’ve done your homework. You think maybe you’re getting the hang of writing this sales copy stuff. And then you realize to your dismay that in addressing the problem, you’ve perhaps overstated the problem and left out people who could really benefit from what you’re offering (yikes!). So…

An important clarification about the upcoming True Discipline of Time Management course.

If you were thinking about joining the class, but weren’t sure it would be helpful because your situation is not quite as extreme as the one I described…

Perhaps you’ve just come to realize that your current way of doing things, though it works pretty well most days, is holding you back…

And you know need to make some changes to do that next big thing you want to do, but so far, that’s proving easier said than done…

Or maybe you’ve taken on something new and now a routine that once worked, doesn’t anymore – and the resulting turbulence is starting to really throw you off…

This class could be the right one for you.

You don’t have to be in total overwhelm to benefit from this approach.

Early bird registration ends tomorrow (Friday, 1/23).

Come be a Time Disciple with me!  All the details are here.


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