You may register at any time for the Membership Program which is run on an on-going basis.
On-line group coaching, Q&A, "hotseat" opportunities, and worksprints each month.
Creative prompts and exercises to help you stay productive and to build your momentum.
A place for getting your questions asked and answered, for sharing your thoughts, and supporting each other.
Learn how living more simply in your home, closet, and your schedule will transform your outlook and energy and give you a sense of having more time in the day.
This module provides all you need to know to manage yourself in order to manage your time. Learn to make the most of your available time during the week and to be in synch with the passing of time.
Communication is a valuable skill that can be learned and improved upon. Discover how to use communication to decrease stress, to increase understanding, and to move things forward.
"I have been a chronic procrastinator for decades and have completely failed to overcome the problem despite all my efforts. I recently became desperate for some help as it was causing major difficulties in my life. After an internet search I eventually found Christine’s website and joined the Procrastination to Productivity program.
After 28 days I feel have travelled a long way towards managing my difficulties, have acquired some valuable insights, am far less anxious and feel more optimistic about my future.
The program suits me as it is very simple, you can participate in a variety of ways, be as anonymous as you wish, spend what time you are able to give and receive support from Christine and the rest of the group along the way. I have received valuable tips and support materials regularly and feel able to choose which seem most appropriate to me.
A message to anyone with a problem with procrastination – if you commit to the program, follow it for a short time each day to the best of your ability and try to be honest about your progress, I am certain by the end of the 28 days you will notice a real difference."
“I first came across Christine’s Procrastination Coach blog and decided to try the Procrastination to Productivity Program because I was feeling overwhelmed with my current workload and couldn’t seem to get started.
I found it so helpful to check in each day and express some of the emotions that were fueling my procrastination. Christine and the other members of the group were extremely supportive and provided a lot of feedback to overcome the challenges we were all facing. Highly recommended!”
"Friday and Monday I pushed through my desire to give up and go home mid-day. Today, I ran an errand for a project I'm working on, and then came back to Facebook for 45 minutes. Then, I started work again.
It's the overwhelming feeling of having too much to do that makes me procrastinate. And feel guilty about resting my brain. I've come to see it like my closet clean out. Some things are really necessary. Some things I've been holding on to because they look good, but aren't really for me anymore. Some new stuff I never should have bought because I wasn't in love with it at the store. And miraculously nothing happens when I bought it home.
I'm starting to look at my professional (and personal) life with these same eyes. It all started with the closet clean out. I'm open to the possibilities...of not having so much to do, and not procrastinating as a way of managing my overburdened to do list, or managing my fear of not being good enough."