You might have heard how some entrepreneurs are using accountability coaching to accelerate their business growth and increase their productivity.
And now you’re wondering if it could work for you too.
You might be sitting there on the fence wondering if the investment is actually worth it.
To help you with that, I’d like to invite you to read the testimonials from some of my clients because their words will speak louder than mine ever could.
But still, I want to give you more.
Because even if accountability coaching works for them, you might be thinking, “Will it work for me?”
I want you to feel confident in your decision so that you’ll be excited and fired up to get started if you do decide to join one of the customized-for-you accountability coaching programs.
So let’s get into it, shall we?
Who Thrives Best With Accountability Coaching?
After working with hundreds of clients since 2013, I can tell you quite easily who thrives best with accountability coaching:
Those who are ready to take action.
Because, you see, there is no magic pill.
Hiring an accountability coach doesn’t mean you can just sit back and watch success roll up to the red carpet.
You still have to do the work.
The difference is that you’ll be more motivated to do it.
Because an accountability coach will help you clarify your goals so that you know exactly what steps you need to take to accomplish them.
This will give you focus.
Then they’ll hold you accountable, which will keep you on task, day after day.
This is the way.
Two Types of Success with Accountability Coaching
In general, there are two types of people who achieve the most success with accountability coaching.
1. The High-Achievers
Usually, these folks already have a clear goal or project, like a business, and are looking for the extra motivation that accountability coaching brings.
They’re quite often very busy people and so they want that extra nudge that will keep them focused and organized and constantly moving towards their goals.
These guys recognize that having a dedicated support system will help them overcome procrastination and increase their productivity which are both vital for success.
2. The Ready-to-Go Type
These are the people who want to succeed and are tired of floundering or procrastinating, but they’re just not sure how to get over the hump and get started.
They usually have some habits that are holding them back, or feel too busy or overwhelmed, or have a mindset that works against them.
These clients usually see the quickest early results with accountability coaching.
Once they get organized, adopt new success habits, and prioritize the action steps that they need to take, their productivity explodes.
The extra measure of accountability helps them become the action takers that they truly want to be.
You See, It’s All About Taking Action
But again, let me repeat the main point.
Because the one thing both these types have in common, and the reason they succeed, is that they’re both ready to take action.
They’re ready to commit to their own success and to do what is necessary to achieve it.
I can’t do the work for you but I can help you get clear about what you need to do, identify what is holding you back and give you proven solutions and strategies to overcome your challenges.
I can offer you support when you struggle and make sure you celebrate your wins.
Having an accountability coach works because knowing you’re going to have to answer to someone for what you’ve done or haven’t done is going to compel you to stay on track and take continual action.
And that’s how you succeed.
Is This You?
- Are you tired of staying in the same spot and never really progressing?
- Do you sometimes struggle with procrastination?
- Do you need a motivation burst?
- Is it difficult to find enough time in the day?
- Are you finally ready to take action and create your own success?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then it might be time to climb down off that fence and give me a call… because you’re ready.
Let’s talk about your current goals and challenges, and how to best keep you in “action-mode” as much as possible.
P.S. If you’re still doing your due diligence and want to know more about accountability coaching and how it works, check out a recent article I wrote for you called, “Everything You Need to Know About Accountability Coaching”.
To your success!