Are you spinning your wheels trying to make progress in your business? 

You know success doesn’t happen overnight. But you’re pretty sure you should be getting better traction by now. 

Your calendar is packed, your inbox is overflowing, and your to-do list probably makes you want to cry. But your goals feel as far away as ever. 

You need access to low-pressure accountability that doesn’t leave you feeling like a failure, while still helping you move towards your goals. Productivity without the perfectionism pressure.

 

It’s time to stop spinning and start moving forward again.

Let’s get you back on track and consistently working towards your goals in a clear and measurable way. Your business goal can happen faster than you think.

The key is not a secret sauce, but instead a routine of steady and sustained action. It sounds too simple to be true but it is.

 

Prior to working with Gwen, I did try to do regular reflection in my business, but it was all too easy to skip weeks and get out of the habit. Gwen gives nonjudgmental nudges

Gwen also offers an interested but unbiased set of eyes and ears.

– Pamela Schultz

Sustained action keeps you moving forward. It doesn’t eliminate setbacks but it does give you a way to get back on track.

Here’s your new tune: Review. Take Action. Make Progress. Repeat. 

Join the Weekly Course of Action for a full year of supportive weekly review designed to quickly and effectively help you move clearly towards your goals. 

You’ll get a whole year of email support and guidance. Every Friday you will receive an email with 4 vital questions about your week. 

The questions ask you about…

  1. what you did this week, 
  2. what you will do next week, 
  3. what did you observe or learn from the last week, 
  4. and if there is anything you need help with. 

Every week you reply to Gwen and answer these questions is another link in the chain.

“The biggest result from doing the Weekly Course of Action questions with Gwen is that external accountability makes me more likely to take the actions toward my goals that I said I would. I like the good feeling of saying I did everything, or most everything. That keeps me taking action through the week.”

– Margaret Marcuson

The greatest reward of this practice is developing the habit of weekly review and gaining momentum as you move towards your goals. 

This year long package also includes: 

  • Judgement-free accountability 
  • Direct access to Gwen
  • Insights and breakthroughs on what’s holding you back 

Join the Weekly Course of Action to generate the forward motion

and gain traction on your goals. 

We all need routines and structures to help us succeed, and this practice of regular weekly check-ins will get you there.

Get reliable accountability. Ever week.

Sign up for your subscription here.

The biggest insight I’ve had from answering the weekly questions is that goals aren’t met overnight, but with steady and sustained action

The weekly questions encourage me to make progress on my goals week after week, and have also helped me get a clearer vision on what I want from my business. 

Prior to working with Gwen, I did try to do regular reflection in my business, but it was all too easy to skip weeks and get out of the habit. Gwen gives nonjudgmental nudges

Gwen also offers an interested but unbiased set of eyes and ears. It’s really helpful when she occasionally pops in with a useful perspective or idea that hadn’t occurred to me, or reaffirms that I’m heading in the right direction. 

Pamela Schultz

Owner, Fiber Sprite

The biggest result from doing the Weekly Course of Action questions with Gwen is that external accountability makes me more likely to take the actions toward my goals that I said I would. 

Previously I had done reflections and accountability in my business, but not as regularly, and not weekly. The Weekly Course of Action is different in that I know someone else will be seeing my report. Knowing Gwen is waiting is a more powerful deadline than one I set for myself.

How I feel reflecting each week depends on how fully I’ve lived up to what I said I would do! I like the good feeling of saying I did everything, or most everything. That keeps me taking action through the week.

Margaret Marcuson

Author, "Leaders Who Last: Sustaining Yourself and Your Ministry" and "Money and Your Ministry"