Accountability is King: Why Group Coaching Works

Finding someone or some group to hold you accountable might be the best thing you can do for yourself. It is too easy to believe your own excuses for not getting something done. It is too easy for life to get in the way of you achieving your goals.

In the Best Year Ever! teleclass series we were all in different businesses and yet the issues we were facing were the same. We were able to learn from and support each other.

Making a decision and committing to actions to a group does dramatically increase the odds that you will actually do what you said you were going to do. Here is one example:

First day of my commitment for Best Year Ever was Wednesday, Jan. 17th. I did my 90 minutes of job-hunting, including finishing the cover letter to <company> (that had begun in draft form more then 10 days earlier, and lay dormant) and CV and sent off (among other tasks). Friday afternoon Jan 19th, the office manager called and booked me for a phone screen for a Community Manager position. It took ONE day to get active, and THREE days to get results… the first of many, I hope.

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From – Goal Setting for Your Business in the New Year

I was so excited to have my first guest post on my good friend and client Phil Gerbyshak‘s blog yesterday. If you don’t know Phil, you should go connect with him now. He has the inside track on connecting with your customers deeply and leveraging social media to build strong connections.

My blog post was about business goal setting. Yes, it’s that time of year. We all need to be thinking about what we want for our business, and how we are going to get there. I wrote about the questions you need to ask yourself to start coming up with goals. And I also shared some tips on how you can set yourself up for success and better achieve your goals. I hope you enjoy Goal Setting for Your Business in the New Year.

PS – There’s a prize inside this post. Don’t forget to sign up for the Best Year Ever! teleclass series in January.