Do Better in 2019


As 2018 approaches a thrilling conclusion, it’s time to look to the year ahead. At the end of 2017, more than any year previous, I took the time to lay out my priorities, deadlines, and goals for 2018. Because of that, I had a more successful and prolific year than I even expected.

I’ll be doing the same this year, and would love to help you as well. Please read the Description below for more information about our planning session.

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On this call, we will:

  • Identify your biggest opportunities
  • Prioritize where you should be spending your time
  • Define a set of goals
  • Create a roadmap and timeline to achieve those goals

We often overestimate what we can do in a week, and underestimate what we can do in a year. Together, we will create a plan for what is possible and set you up for a big 2019.

Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link to schedule a call between Dec. 10-15, call times between 8am and 5pm EST. If you cannot make those hours work, don’t let that stop you — I’ll do my best to accommodate.

At least one week before our scheduled call, you will receive a worksheet to complete to serve as a jumping off point for us to make our 60 minutes together as impactful as possible.

Let’s Do Better in 2019!

Still not sure? Here are some testimonials from members of Unreal, and past coaching clients.

“When I started working with Jay I had a lot of ideas and no concrete plan of action to bring them to reality. Fast forward to now: I still have a ton of ideas and now I have added systems to be more methodical in my approach.

What makes working with Jay so worthwhile is how he helps to reframe your thought process to work better for you. It became abundantly clear very early in the program that Jay has a lot to offer and is willing to dig deep to help uncover and conquer what’s holding you back.

Working with Jay won’t necessarily solve all of your problems, but will equip you with new techniques to aid you in solving your problems yourself.” — Alek D.