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You’re hardly suffering from a lack of email, but at least mine will be slightly entertaining and not that frequent. I’ve never been a fan of a full inbox, so, you’ll get a quarterly or bi-monthly newsletter about the projects that I’m working on, relevant articles (blog posts and other people’s stuff), and tidbits I thought you might like. This is a low-volume way you can take advantage of my project and product design process, news, and giveaways.

  • Life’s Battle Plan sends you a 2-day introduction to the bonus email series that comes with the workbook. It’s the initiation phase for making a sensible plan for your life, or maybe just the next 10 years of it. 
  • If you’re interested in my eBook Quit Putting It Off, this option gives you a discount code you can apply to your purchase
  • The “Projectica / volunteer…” option lets me know you’re interested in my voluntary projects mission. No specific content goes exclusively to this group…yet.

This list is GDPR-compliant (European data protection legislation), so checkety-check the box for it! And I have zero interest in exchanging or selling your private information. Real businesses don’t do that.

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Subscribe now, and you’ll either get one of the above freebies or the “Tips for Productivity” slide deck. Not meant for general reading but as a tool to combat attention deficit and decision fatigue, it’ll help you take back your focus when you need it.

You need to confirm your e-mail to get on the list, and options in your profile include your location, birthday, and topics you find interesting.

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Before you go…

Have you faced a big change in your past, or are you facing one right now? Have you had a good time of building success out of uncertainty? Can I interview you? I’m always interested in finding out the different the ways people approach change or implementing new choices and embarking on new projects — or doggedly finishing old ones!

I also want to know more about challenges you’ve had in 1) volunteering – such as challenges with time or effort or permission, or 2) a “How do I build a big project?” problem. Sometimes we want to do things that are bigger than ourselves, and we need help.

If you’re available for a half-hour interview, schedule it here. Our interview will be over the phone or Skype.