You get brave clarity & I get to clean!
You've got questions to clear up about your life, career, and creativity? Maybe you've got some marketing questions? Or you'd like to know the best way to automate a certain piece of your life. Well, I've got a house to Marie Kondo! So let's join forces!
I'll pop my headphones in and you bring the questions! My early spring cleaning buzz is your benefit! Here's why:
I normally charge $200/hour for my coaching. But I've noticed with all my traveling from 2019, my house cleaning has slacked. I also know there are many of you who've sent me "pick-your-brain" kind of questions! It’s just a phone call between you and I.
The catch is that I’ll be tidying while we chat. You'll choose your price for your tidying session with me and there's no pressure to ever sign up for another.
To be clear: I’ll pause and take notes when I need to. I’ll make a list of things to send to you post-call. But you’ll hear the tinkling of dishes, the water running as I scrub my sink, doors opening and closing, etc.
Our conversation will have a more casual tone to it than my full consulting sessions. I’ve had many such conversations with friends done in just this way where I was coaching them but also tidying as I did so and those impromptu sessions went really well.
A smaller catch: If the 45-minute tidying session goes well, I'd like to get a testimonial from ou that I could use to sell future puttering sessions to those who don't believe that puttering and productivity can go well together.
Requirement 1: No written materials during the call. It must be something we can do while I tidy. So something like your sales letter, event write up or website review that would require me to be locked down at my computer for the whole call is out. I don’t mind taking a peek but if we can’t talk about it while my hands are deep in the suds doing dishes, it’s not going to work.
Requirement 2: I won’t read the things you send me before the call. We’re just chatting on the phone. That’s all. I am doing this to get away from spending time on the screen. If this call requires me to read something you email me then it’s not a Puttering Session anymore.
Requirement 3: Have realistic expectations about what can be achieved in a 45-minute phone call. I recently had a call with a woman who, at the end of an hour was disappointed by not being able to overhaul her life. I'm flattered that you might think I could perform such miracles, but thinking that I can fix something that has caused issues for years within less than an hour? Nope. If you are coming with expectations such as this, please don’t book a session. Please go and find someone else to be disappointed by.
What I can offer is the very real likelihood of modest but meaningful progress in whatever you bring. That seems to happen consistently. This is just you and I chatting for an hour. That’s all.
How to get started: If this is of interest to you simply purchase your session for a minimum of $25 with an additional donation of however much you value my Q&A time. When your purchase is complete, you'll receive a link to schedule your 45-min chat with me.
A 45-min phone call might not seem like much on the surface but it might just be something deeply worthwhile.
p.s. If you think you’ll be able to stay on track, you’re welcome to tidy too. Why not get marketing or bravery coaching and cleaner home or office at the same time? As long as we’re both willing to pause and really focus, write notes, etc. when needed, this should go swimmingly.
p.p.s. If you want to record your Tidying Session on your phone or device, that’s fine by me. Then you can go back to it or listen over again, some people find this helpful, regardless, I leave the details of this up to you.
p.p.p.s. This idea has done so well that other colleagues of mine are doing the same thing. Big thanks to Tad Hargraves for the idea and push to create this!