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RSF is a right fit if
You’re someone who has moves to make and something to give. You may not be looking to change the world but you’re looking to change your luck. Trouble is, right now you can’t seem to get to the one thing that’s most important.
You’re sick of being scared.
You’re tired of feeling overwhelmed.
You’re dying to finish something.
1) An amateur creator oversaturated with inspiration. In fact, if you see one more quote on a landscape photo you might have to punch yourself in the face. You hate how your ideas circle frantically in your mind but lay dormant to the world.
2) A 9-5er whose identity is closer to how you fill your time from 5-9. Trouble is, your creative life is a bin of half finished projects, and your motivations are more entangled than a ball of yarn. All this “do” hasn’t led to done, and frankly, you’re tired of it.
3) Self-employed but pretty sure that just means that you should be self-medicated. You want real results with a side of sanity but right now you’re stretched thinner than a sheet of filo dough, and your kryptonite seems to be choice, change, and the chalk of the finish line.
4) Or you’re some mixture of the above, paralyzed by your fears. You’d do anything to declutter the rat’s nest of doubts and excuses that litter your mind.
Bassam is one of the most inspiring and energetic teachers I've ever learned from.
He's lived everything he teaches, and he's one of those rare people who can combine data with emotional intelligence. He delivers the goods with the laughs."
Antonio Neves; Best-selling author, Stop Living On Autopilot
By the end of this program you will be able to...
Make your day unfold in front of you
instead of plowing into you
Articulate what actually motivates you
so you can do the thing you say you want to do
Identify and neutralize fears and excuses
before they can infest your psyche and debilitate your "do"
Disarm the 3 faces of imposter syndrome
and avoid "death by research"
Be “procrastination proof”
by confidently creating pockets of time and space where you safely test and discover (without all the doubts and judgement)
Break down bigger goals into digestible, purposeful steps
so you don’t feel like you’re trying to hug a skyscraper every time you want to make progress
Tackle the “Should I quit or stick?” conundrum
that happens in the middle of any project
Let go of the projects that aren’t serving you
so you can focus on the ones that do
right as you’re about to cross the finish line
In short, you’ll stop telling everyone what you will do and start telling them what you’ve done, time and again.