Are there business tasks you’ve been putting off? Maybe you have a personal project you haven’t found the time to complete? What about the lists of things you promised yourself, your spouse, friend, or colleague you’d do–but are not done yet?
Integrity Day is time dedicated to completing a task or a group of tasks that have been taking up space and time in your mind. It doesn’t matter why the tasks haven’t been completed. The bottom line is that putting things off is not consistent with your values and it's time the tasks were completed. I have also found in my coaching practice that runaway to-do lists contribute to burnout.
Undone tasks cost you and your business plenty! Today, get things done with the support of your peers and me, Coach Maria.
Integrity Day was the name given to this program by Thomas Leonard, a financial planner and the “father” of modern-day coaching. Integrity Day was a day that “t” (as he liked to be called) created to get caught up or finish projects. He realized that trying to catch up on things by yourself didn’t always work, but when you combined your efforts with other like-minded people, the results could be amazing!
Join us as we all put aside quality time to complete things we’ve been putting off or start things we planned, but just hadn’t gotten around to yet…