Why, hello, there! You found my Shop (where prices are in Canadian dollars, and everything’s in Canadian English).

Here is where you can find solutions for the following problems:

  • Advice for addressing difficult procrastination situations and habits
  • Getting your whole life sorted (the big picture, anyway) – decision strategies for major life projects
  • Planning your month, week, days, and projects, and tracking sporadic tasks or events
  • Maintaining a regular micro-journal habit (keeping an account of time and every day experiences)

Thinking about how these things are important for you can be more intimidating than it needs to be. You may be avoiding it, suffering analysis paralysis, or you may be in a gap where you’re changing former plans. You’re not alone. Far from it.

So I’m offering a few downloadables, a scaffold upon which you can fill in what you need to do. I want to get to know more about what helps you.

First, there’s the Quick-Start Guide to Quit Procrastination, which is an abridged version of the newly-released Quit Putting It Off!

Now, some procrastination is due to a lack of clarity – a tension between several equally-desired courses or outcomes. So I created a life planning tool I call Life’s Battle Plan. It’s an email series that prompts you to journal and map your big vision right down to the next three months. It is available again as a digital workbook, to help you document and save your plan in portable format.

And the Tactical Chronograph is a monthly agenda, downloadable as a PDF. These will help you plan and do what you want now, and instill good habits to become who you want to be. It’s available in several bundles – 3-, 4-, 6- and 12-months.

Enjoy, use, and tell me what you get out of this content! You can comment on the pages in the Shop, so if you see anything that could be improved in your customer journey, I will get right on it.

If you order a downloadable through the Shop, if I announce any changes to it (that is, a new version), you can get a new copy of the downloadable by visiting your Account page.  Keep your receipt (or password) in your email archive in case you have any difficulties.

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