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In today’s episode I’m chatting about implementation vs. information, and breaking down the real reason why you didn’t finish that course you were so excited to start!

Let’s be honest, having so many choices sounds great, but in reality it can feel extremely overwhelming (i.e., sitting at a restaurant and having troubles deciding what to order because their menu is practically a novel).

You may have felt this feeling before -> you’re super pumped to begin that course you invested in, but when you open it up for the first time you get hit with so much information that you don’t know where to begin and that holds you back from starting at all! You become so stressed about which module to start with that you avoid working on the course all together. Or maybe you want to learn so much of it that you dive into each module a bit but then find yourself never completing any of them…

It’s not that you are bad at implementing or taking action, its that the information overload stopped you in your tracks and prevented you from completing it.

If this sounds like you and you’ve got several unfinished courses sitting on a (virtual) book shelf, or you’re scared of buying the course you know you need because you’re worried you won’t finish it, than tune into today’s episode to hear how to go from the ‘start’ button to the ‘complete’ pop up!

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Justine Haveland About Portrait Image (1)

Hey, I'm Justine!

Like you, I always craved complete freedom. But I got the message that a well-paying corporate job was the best bet for a happy life. So I went to business school, worked at top consulting firms... and hated every minute of it.

I started my first online business in 2017 as a way to escape the corporate world. After helping 100+ small businesses automate their sales and marketing, I knew it was time to shift away from purely trading time for money.

I attempted to create a course, but the idea of live launching, pre-selling, and delivering the content live was simply not possible while I was home full-time with my twins. So, I created a $27 offer and set up paid ads to sell it on autopilot.