10 Steps to Rock Your Project Success

You’ve got something fun you’re doing in the world – some sort of project you’d like to see succeed.

Maybe it’s finally asking that special someone out on a date. Or an exciting job interview, or a big presentation at work. Maybe it’s a book launch or building a new home.

Or maybe you’ve got 12 foster kitties you want to see thrive in the world in their happy forever families!

Whatever you’re playing with, you can set yourself up for highest success by bringing your conscious creation skills to the party.

Below is a ten step tutorial to help you do exactly that.

This is an expanded version of the process I used to fill the house at speaking events when I was a brand new nobody on the coaching scene, to sell out group courses overnight, and to have the time of my life with new love interests.

I created this for Coaches League members and thought I’d share here since these steps can be applied to any project we care about.

It’s field tested and ready to go for support your highest project success!

If you have any questions about the steps, click on it for more info or comment here and I’ll be happy to elaborate.

And if you’re a coach who’d like to experience law of attraction support from like-minded colleagues for just $9 a month, you’re invited to check us out at The Coaches League.

Whatever you’re up to, engaging even two or three of these steps can dramatically change the results you create.

Here’s to leveraging your creative powers to fuel your favorite endeavors with highest success! 🙂

  • January 16, 2016
  • Danielle says:

    Hi Jeannette, this is a great chart and I’m going to print it out! Can you tell me what a divine team is? Laughter and happiness, Daniel

  • Eleanor says:

    Such a cool and helpful graphic can’t wait to put it to use in all areas of my life this week 🙂 xx

  • Christa76 says:

    Impeccable timing as always, Ms Maw! I really needed this to get a clear and structured overview of the steps I need to take and which ones I’ve been skipping! Much obliged! XXX

    • Jeannette says:

      Yeah, I felt the same way, Christa. It was good to put it in writing because I sometimes miss one or two when I’m just winging it.
      Thanks for reading, my friend! 🙂

  • Elle says:

    Such a wonderful and timely topic, as always with great comments! I love it when you link to older posts.
    I have been practicing the releasing of energy drainers part and it does work wonders! I find it is other people, aka muggles, who drain me the most, but, then again, the U sends me so many other co-creators, including those online, that I am so thankful and appreciative and take it as a sign that I am on the right track.
    I also see evidence all the time that everything is possible.
    Now I am working on being the person I want to be, i.e., professional, not a student, since I have done this before, so I know what it is like. But that time I lived in my bubble and nothing penetrated it. Opportunities came to me and if one did not pan out, the other did. So, good to remember good times.
    One day I will join you guys in the party you host!

    • Jeannette says:

      I agree with you, Elle, about the wonders of releasing those energy drainers, whatever form they’re currently taking in our lives! I’ve often seen magic unfold when that’s all that a person engaged.
      Looking forward to playing with you at GVU soon, Elle! 🙂

  • Karen says:

    Excellent and timely. I have so many ideas, which is fine – I asked for them. But putting it together and getting the ball rolling seems daunting. I would like to do something creative, involving things I love and could work on all day, something that would let me retire or at least cut way down on my corporate hours, something worthwhile to others as well as me. I’m thinking it involves creating with crystals and selling on Ebay, as the easiest start.

  • Heather says:

    Jeannette, this is so helpful! It already helped me to rekindle my projects.
    I am not doing exactly one on one coaching, but may I join the league? I love what you are creating there, too.

    • Jeannette says:

      Yay for rekindling good vibes in the projects! (Ooh, you’re making me think of one where I could do that, too!) 🙂
      And yes, Heather, we’d love to play with you at the Coaches League! We have a couple other members who aren’t coaches, but their work is closely aligned enough that they’re benefiting from the gathering.

  • TerriC says:

    You are indeed the rockin’ goddess of the flow charts: Jeannette, Cartographer of Creation! Awesome. Thanks!

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