I know what it’s like to wonder if a course or coaching session is right for you. I’ve done a lot of self-education (reading blog posts + Googling everything) and paid education (courses + coaching) over the years, and I’ve been disappointed more times than I care to count.
It is this disappointment that made me want to step into the role of productivity coach. It is what drives me to be a better educator (in both my free resources and paid ones). It is why I’ve been told (on more than one occasion) that I provide “too much” information.
But here’s the thing: I don’t think you can ever have too much of a good thing.
Personal Productivity Planning Sessions came about because I love to teach. (If the stuffed animals and dolls from my childhood could talk, they’d tell you about the hours and hours of pretend classroom they attended.) And even though I could do the work for you, I would rather share my tips, teach you my tricks, and help you build do-it-yourself systems, routines, and processes you can feel good about implementing and repeating day after day.