Every week on Finish It! Friday, I invite groovy folks to talk about finishing what they started. We keep it short & sweet. I capture their answers on video. And you get a direct sight line into their mind’s eye.
It’s the same three questions, every time:
1. Do you finish everything you start?
2. How do you get unstuck when you’re having trouble finishing?
3. What are you really, really, REALLY good at?
This week, we’ve got the juicy Bindu Wiles, who takes a circuitous path to finishing. I like to call it the “sometimes you have to go around the block to get next door” technique (thank you Barry Goldberg, for this teaching that I keep re-learning).
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If you are grazing and want my favorite parts of the interview, I LOVED it when Bindu said she accepts her self-doubt and makes time to lay on the couch and let it pass at the start of any project. She and I share the “call in the troops” (and only the cream of the crop, people) to get support when she gets stuck. When Bindu reaches deep, she taps into her faith and discipline to see her through the toughest bits.
Are you struggling to finish what you start? Are you a masterful finisher? Or somewhere in between? I’d love to play with you! Join me as a Finish It! Friday guest by emailing me at: email@example.com
Please leave your finishing struggles, tips and stories in the comments.