How To Stop Procrastinating and Make Massive Progress

How To Stop Procrastinating And Take Massive Action Forward

Over the years I’ve gone from having a few one-on-one clients to now leading workshops, retreats and online courses for large audiences.

My team is proud of the value-packed trainings and programs. They are all produced over many months, with 80% of my time spent in the trenches creating and promoting them.

Everyday I take time to appreciate the beautiful souls of the people I get to work with and I’m constantly looking for ways to maintain momentum and expand my company so I can serve more people. Why?

Because no matter what you do for a living, moving forward is vital if you want to feel fulfilled and accomplished.

In truth, progress can be an upward struggle for many.

As procrastination diminishes our willpower, it’s vital that we all learn ways to become better, more effective action-takers.

In this week’s CarlBTV, I’m pulling back the curtain to share simple practices that’ll help you make massive progress.

Watch this week’s episode:

I’ve shared these practices with many of my close business friends and they immediately put it into play in their companies.

And, as you’ll hear, this is something I use in my personal life as well 🙂

Once you’ve had a chance to watch I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

I’d love to hear your tips and strategies for making massive progress.

Thank you, as always, for reading, watching and sharing with such enthusiasm!

With joy & gratitude,

XO

Carl Brooks
Business Coach and Change Catalyst
Prosper With Your Passion To Change Lives 
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