Charlie Gilkey discusses his new book Start Finishing: How to Go From Idea to Done, which shows readers how to thrive by completing the projects that manifest the soul-deep dreams and goals that seem to remain eternally out of reach.
Those who finish their best work, win. But it’s impossible to do that by yourself — you have to build a team and ecosystem that gets you going, keeps you going, and helps amplify your work and success in ways that you simply can’t do by yourself. Building this team and ecosystem is neither mysterious nor as difficult as it seems, and during this event, Charlie Gilkey and Pamela Slim will show you what kinds of people to approach and how to do so.
Charlie Gilkey’s new book, Start Finishing: How to Go From Idea to Done, shows how to thrive by completing the projects that manifest the soul-deep dreams and goals that seem to remain eternally out of reach. More than just being a cheerleading or inspirational book, it presents a 9-step method for success—including identifying your genius, building a success pack of supporters, navigating multiple projects, and overcoming the challenges that come with doing work that matters.
Stop waiting for the someday when the time is right for you to do the work you’re called to do — join Pamela and Charlie to start finishing today.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Charlie Gilkey is the founder of Productive Flourishing, a company that helps professional creatives, leaders, and changemakers take meaningful action on work that matters. He is internationally known as a thought leader on productivity, planning, strategy, and leadership for creative people. An Army veteran and near-PhD in philosophy, Charlie is the author of the forthcoming book, Start Finishing: How to Go from Idea to Done and The Small Business Life Cycle. He’s been featured in Inc., Time, Forbes, the Guardian, Lifehacker, and more.