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Stever Robbins

Helping you turn procrastination into results. Former tech entrepreneur. Harvard Business School / MIT grad. Co-led redesign of part of the HBS curriculum. Top-10 business podcaster 2007-2020. Creator of the first-ever downloadable financial statement. My social media marketing manager, Anthony, will be helping to administer this account.

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About this course

It Happens to High Achievers. They Just Don’t Talk About It.

 Are there important goals you’re not achieving, results you’re not getting, progress you’re not making? 

You’re smart. You’re capable. You “should” be able to get everything done. After all, you’re always “busy,” aren’t you? Yet somehow, things always seem to get left behind. That project that isn’t quite done or that expense report turned in late. 

It feels terrible to know what to do and still not have it happen. Sometimes you neglect an area of your life or business out of necessity. Tradeoffs are necessary. 

Other times, it’s just procrastination and foot-dragging, plain and simple. But high achievers? We never admit it. Not out loud at least… 

I’m Stever Robbins, author of “Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More”Host of the “Get-It-Done” Podcast

Willpower doesn’t work

Everyone has an area of their life that needs improvement. But willpower is not going to solve those problems. Willpower is not enough to finish that project, complete that website design, or anything else that needs to get done.

To make matters worse, the urgent can supersede the important. Even though just five concentrated hours of work is all you need, somehow a project takes months to finish. 

"That New App" Won’t Help Either 

The first tool anyone reaches for today is their smartphone and the latest app. Want to lose weight? Quantify yourself with an app! Want to meet people? Grab an app and start swiping. 

These apps will not help you get things done. They aren’t addressing what really matters. 

What does matter?

 People.  

Introducing “Get It Done Groups” 

You know when things get done? When other people are involved. For a decade, I’ve run “Do-it Days” to use community support to help get things done. This group helped me write the final draft of my second book in just 20 days. 

If human contact can make such a difference in one day, image the impact for weeks and months? This is what the Get It Done Groups offers you. 

This Course Includes: 

  •  Dedicated Accountability Buddy to Help You Get Unstuck: This is your partner for daily check-ins to help you get moving on your to-do list. 
  •  Individual Coaching Sessions: My office hours are open every week to support you 
  •  Tools to Overcome Obstacles: These will help you overcome procrastination, interruptions, fear, perfectionism, distractions, going off course, or anything else that might hold you back. 
  •  Do-It-Days: Twice a week days are designed to provide you with turbo-charged productivity 
  •  System to Make Progress on Your Most Important Project: Whether you have a personal or professional goal, the Get it Done Groups will make sure you stay on track. 
  •  Community Support: In addition to your accountability buddy, you’ll have access to the entire Get-It-Done community. We support each other to help one another move forward. 
  •  Online Learning: Educational modules help reset your mindset in order to get things done. 

What Members are Saying  

  •  Joyce Testimonial: “I had been thinking of starting a business for 2 years. In 3 weeks, I moved from idea to a concrete plan and conducted two experiments to test my plan. The support from the group made it possible.” 
  •  Wes Testimonial: “I determined what one thing I should be focusing on in my business right now, and executed on that focus for a solid two weeks of real productivity” 
  •  Eileen Testimonial: “This community has been a total game changer for me. It’s added back all the elements I miss from my old office job – team and individual accountability, brainstorming and problem-solving with really smart people” 

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a chaotic travel and work schedule. This program was designed so you can do it from anywhere, at any time. With only a couple of exceptions, every element of the program will be recorded and you can work through it when it fits into your schedule. The only real-time coordination that’s required is finding a time to check in weekdays with your accountabilibuddy for 5 minutes. Do-It Days and office hours, should you choose to use them, will also require some time synchronization. 

I don’t have enough time in the day for another program. Precisely! That’s what this program addresses. It’s designed to take only about 5-10 minutes a day. The power comes from how you design your initial check-in, so those 5-10 minutes orient you and trigger accountability towards whatever will get you furthest along. 

I have a vacation scheduled for part of the time. That’s fine. If your accountabilibuddy doesn’t have the same vacation schedule, we’ll find a temporary match to fill in when one of you is on vacation. 

I already know everything I need to do. This program isn’t about knowing; it’s about doing. If you’re moving as fast as you want, in the direction you want, this program isn’t for you. But if you know you should be doing something that somehow just isn’t getting done … Get-it-Done Groups will help you make progress. 

Commit to Making Progress 

 The program runs for three months to make sure you achieve your goal within one quarter. What you need to bring is a high level of engagement, a willingness to share feedback, and the willingness to be a strong accountability buddy to help someone else reach their goals. 

We have an ongoing community of Get-it-Done Groups so far, and not only does the program work, itworks very, very well. Attendees used were able to establish new routines, finish projects, and tacklethings that had stalled:

  • Finish building a product that has been under construction for the last year.
  • Find the “one thing” to orient a business around, and align the business strategy in that new direction.
  • Consolidate a dozen different products and brands under a single umbrella.
  • Plow through intense client workload at the height of tax season.
  • Begin incorporating personal branding into ongoing marketing, and then into a full set of business-building experiments. 

Get-It-Done Group will also lend itself to projects that take more time to come to fruition:

  •  Experimenting with different marketing strategies.
  •  Writing a thesis.
  •  Testing different business brands. 
  • Finish building a product that has been under construction for the last year.
  • Find the “one thing” to orient a business around, and align the business strategy in that new direction.
  • Consolidate a dozen different products and brands under a single umbrella.
  • Plow through intense client workload at the height of tax season.
  • Begin incorporating personal branding into ongoing marketing, and then into a full set of business-building experiments.

Where Do You Want to Be 3 Months From Now? 

I’m sure there’s something on your to-do list either personally or professionally. Can you look yourselfin the mirror and tell yourself that you will accomplish it within the next 3 months on your own?

If not, I welcome you to join our community. The Get-It-Done Groups are the real deal for achievingyour objectives. You probably have some extra time on your hands as well. Take advantage today byjoining a Get-It-Done Group.