Here’s Your Opportunity to Accelerate Your 2015 Results

Accelerate Your Results!

Accelerate Your Results!

Would you like to Increase the Probability of Achieving Your 2015 Goals?
 

Are you sick and tired of your current level of success?
Are you irritated watching others pass you by when you know you have more potential?

 

You know that feeling when you’re “on a roll”? When things are really clicking and everything is going exactly the way you want it to go? Wouldn’t it be great to have that feeling more often? Jump-start your 2015 with proven systems to help you achieve your goals sooner.

 

Many people find it difficult to consistently stay focused and do the work required to achieve their goals. They seem to be more distracted versus being focused and clear on their highest payoff activities that will put them in the highest probability position to achieve their goals. They are working hard at getting ready to get ready, and not making any real progress.

 

Discover how to enhance results and your overall quality of life by having a proven framework and easily implementable system for achieving your goals in the time-frame you want. You’ll learn proven business success principles on how to focus on your highest payoff actives to produce the biggest results in the shortest amount of time so that you can experience that feeling of true and total success and a fantastic quality of life.

 

When you follow this proven business-success system, you will:

  • Get more done in a lot less time (be more productive)
  • Be even more focused on the activities that produce results
  • Organize your time and your life
  • Develop a personal and business game plan
  • Create a more balanced life
  • Increase your income
  • Achieve your goals sooner than you may have thought possible

 

Here’s what you get when you invest in this special offer: 

  1. Four (4) 30-minute one-one-one high-value coaching sessions with Anne Bachrach, The Accountability Coach™ and The Results Accelerator™ (conducted over the phone)
  2. The Wheel of Life to help you put the 8 areas of your life into perspective and to create the game plan for 2015
  3. Identify specific Life-time and Long-term, Quarterly, and Weekly goals that you are inspired to achieve
  4. Create a Monthly / Annual Tracking Spreadsheets to track progress on your goals
  5. Create a Weekly Tracking Spreadsheets to track progress on your goals
  6. Learn Effective Time Management and Calendaring Skills
  7. Define Your High Pay-off Activities for Goal Achievement
  8. Create Your Ideal Client Profile
  9. And, unlimited e-mail access to Anne for the entire 30 days

 

Take advantage of this special new year offer to help you get focused so you can achieve your 2015 goals and enjoy what is truly important to you in life.

 

When you invest by Dec. 31, 2014, you receive the special discounted price of only $399. You save over $600 and you get to take the deduction in 2014.

 

Sign up for this special holiday offer right now by going to: http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/increase-probability-achieving-2015-goals/

 

 

“If you want to achieve your goals on a much accelerated path than you can do on your own, Anne is the critical component to be on your team. Good, bad, or ugly, she will tell you the truth as she sees it and help get you out of your comfort zone so you can be even more successful – professionally and personally.” – Jeff Davidson

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“Anne is an incredible talent. She has over the years absorbed all of the rules for success and high levels of achievement. By working with her, she is able to help you double, triple, or quadruple your business on purpose. I am always fascinated by the knowledge she has, and the way she has always been able to me and my company grow. Her books and private coaching are a sure way to achieve anything that you have dreamed about.” –Chad Coe

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“I serve in a senor management position in my company, and have long recommended Anne Bachrach’s accountability coaching for my management team and staff.  Being able to sit and focus for 20 minutes on a call, one-on-one with Anne, is truly incredible! It reinvigorates and hones my focus each week as she pushes me to challenge myself and my abilities in my job and in my life. As a result I have acquired more clients, revenue, and even more ‘big’ referrals in a much shorter period of time than ever before.”

–Dave Turner, CEO

Cascade Financial Management, Inc.

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“Anne is a MOMENTUM BUILDER!”  Thanks for helping my momentum!”

–Joe High, Fourth Quarter Financial Coach

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“Anne Bachrach is the queen of accountability. She holds your feet to the fire to make sure YOU achieve your agreed upon goals. Her overriding mission is your success.”

–Dr. Tony Alessandra – The Platinum Rule

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 “There are not many people I can point to that I credit my success and financial independence to, but Anne you are one. Based upon my experience and success through the accountability coaching I received from you, every major goal in my life has come to pass. From building up a multi-million dollar business to losing 140 pounds of excess weight, your “no-nonsense encouragement” was the key to maintaining my momentum, even (especially) during times of discouragement.”

— Mark McKenna Little, The Freedom Experience

 

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“Thank you for making such a profound impact on my personal and business life in such a short period of time. I have invested in other coaching programs that were valuable, but none of them generated the results and ROI as fast as you have. You are amazing! From just one of your suggestions, I have already earned $60,000 from a client that previously would have paid me $5,000. 

–Randy Davis, The Strategic Millionaire

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“Anne has helped me change not only my business, but my life.  With Anne’s help, no excuses attitude and amazing ability to see through the fog of my own distractions, I have not only achieved one of the goals I was most afraid to set, but actually exceeded it. My personal life has flourished because my professional life has structure and boundaries.”

Mona Santos

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 “I own my business and am a single Mom, and occasionally when things get crazy, I feel overwhelmed, or out of balance…Anne has helped tremendously in that regard.   I am continually having “aha” moments when we talk and consider this to be a true work in progress.  Anne has had an amazing impact on my life in such a short period of time.”

— Cynthia Heil, CFP®, Cascade Financial Management, Inc.

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 “Anne’s no-nonsense coaching has been invaluable to me over the past 10 months.  She has kept me laser focused on the tasks that have the highest probability of pay off in the shortest amount of time. I have added 24 clients this past year and am already on track to do more than that next year. We are starting our new year out with over $100k more a year in revenue than we had the prior year, thanks to Anne.”

— Christopher Morris, CMA Financial Services

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 “As an already successful business person, I hired Anne to help me realize my true potential and create even more balance in my life. She helps me think outside the box and be open to new ideas that can help accelerate my results.”

— Gary R. Moore, Merrill Lynch

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Anne Bachrach has worked with me as my “Life Coach” since September 2005.  During this time I have accomplished more in every area of my life, and I attribute that to Anne’s coaching. The biggest value I have gotten from her is in my quality-of-life. My marriage is better, my physical health is better, I am more focused on the spiritual aspects of my life, my relationships with my children and friends are better, and I am just having more fun than ever before!

— Don VanLandingham, CPA/PFS, Guardian Wealth Management

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“I’ve been working with Anne for several years, and have heard firsthand the reports from her clients. In a nutshell, Anne gets results. She is THE Accountability Coach. No excuses are accepted, and you WILL change your life.”

–Scott Higby

 

Sign up for this special New Year offer right now by going to: http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/increase-probability-achieving-2015-goals/

 

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Time Suckers Be Gone! Eliminate Time Wasters and Stop Settling for The No Longer Acceptables in Your Life

 

Eliminate Time Wasters Teleseminar

Eliminate Time Wasters Teleseminar

Many of us say we’re going to make changes to eliminate the things we don‘t like about our life, but few of us actually commit to improving the quality of our life.  If you have ever felt like this – it’s time to get a dose of reality.

 

Give up the excuses because they are just plain cop-outs. Creating the life you want simply begins with a choice. Eliminating those things you find yourself being most unhappy with will allow so much more peace and emotional space. You will feel like a new person when you finally eliminate the things that have been holding you back from what you really want.

 

Time-wasters do nothing but impede or delay the ideal life you are committed to creating. The good news is they are simple to eliminate. They simply become something you used to do when you were okay with staying where you were. The difference now is that you are ready to move on and create your ideal life.  Attend this tele-seminar to learn more.

 

When you attend this content-oriented Tele-seminar you will learn specific ways to identify and eliminate time wasters along with 3 practical and easy to implement steps you can take to start eliminating the “no longer acceptables” from your life so you can experience the kind of life you truly want and deserve – professionally and personally.

 

By applying these action-able, results-producing strategies you can:

  • Be more focused on your high payoff activities
  • Be more productive and better at time management
  • Achieve more of your goals – and sooner

 

When: July 1, July 2 or July 3 (Choose the Best Day for You)

Time: 9:00am PT / 10:00am MT / 11:00am CT / 12:00am ET

Investment: 10 USD     

       (Remember to Apply your Silver Membership code upon checkout and save 10%)

Tele-seminar Leader: Anne Bachrach, The Accountability Coach™

 

Register now: http://tinyurl.com/pdozzgw

Can’t attend on any of the dates… Don’t worry! SIGN UP and receive a link for the REPLAY after the actual event so you can watch and listen to it as many times as you want and whenever it is convenient for you.  Whether you can attend ‘live’ or not, you receive the high value for ONLY 10 USD.

 

 

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Get the Most Out of Life and Live With No Regrets

Are you living life to the fullest?  If life ended tomorrow, would you feel as though you have absolutely lived it to the tilt, with no regrets?  If you are like most of us, you still have that “someday” list of dreams that haven’t yet come true tucked away in a drawer.

 

What if the solution to living with no regrets was as simple as a single question?

 

During this what-to-do and how-to-do-it tele-seminar Anne Bachrach will share lessons from coaching small business owners who make middle six-figure to seven-figure incomes.   You will learn 5 Tips for Creating Balance in Your Life and 14 Tips to Maintain Work Life Balance.

 

We will explore some ways you can begin to change your life and to get the most out it!  Sign up to attend this event today.

 

When:  Friday, August 17, 2012
Time: 10:00am PT / 11:00am MT / 12:00pm CT / 1:00pm ET
If you are not in North America, please translate for your time zone by visiting www.worldtimeserver.com.
Investment: 10 USD
Tele-seminar Leader: Anne Bachrach, aka The Results Accelerator™ and The Accountability Coach™

 

Register now: http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/ts_get-the-most-out-of-life/

Sign up today and mark your calendar for August 17, 2012.

Can’t attend on this date… SIGN UP and receive a link for the replay after the actual event.  Whether you can attend ‘live’ or not, you receive the value of the information via audio for only 10 USD.

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Stop Procrastinating in 4 Easy Steps – Article posted on LifeSpace

Great news!  You can view one of my articles on LifeSpace.  Here’s the link: http://www.lifespace.com/Publication.aspx?ID=751470

Enjoy learning how you can stop procrastinating in 4 easy steps.

If you are a procrastinator, stop it!  Enjoy the video I posted.  Click here or cut and paste into your browser:
       http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI_usPXBZqM

Review the other videos on this youtube.com channel.  Subscribe and get notifications when a new video is posted.  Enjoy!

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The stuff in your head is distracting you.

The ‘stuff’ in your head is distracting you from achieving your goals!  Enjoy the short video on facebook. See link below.

Do you have things continually going on in your head about all the things you have to do today, tomorrow, next week, etc.?  Those are distractions!  When you effectively use your calendar and master task list or your goals sheet (whichever you want to call it) on a consistent basis you don’t have to have all these things going on in your head thinking you have to remember them and being afraid you are going to forget to do something. 
http://www.facebook.com/n/?video%2Fvideo.php&v=1558671937780&mid=3eabba1G5d43e3e3G155a683G1d&bcode=hCksuW5H&n_m=anne%40accountabilitycoach.com

Stop distracting yourself with all your thoughts.   Implement effective time management and use your master task list to your advantage and stop letting all that ‘stuff’ in your head distracts you from what you are capable of achieving.

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Are You a Procrastinator? Stop it!

There’s nothing wrong with taking a break, but you know procrastination when you see it.  Here’s how to recognize the signs of procrastination and stop the cycle of excuses and delays so you can achieve more success in life and in business.

If you have ever been a leader, manager, or business owner with employees, you’ve experienced what it’s like delegating an important task under deadline.  From experience, you’ve probably learned who you can trust to complete the task well, and on time, when others fall short.

Have you ever delegated a time-sensitive task to an employee only to find them making excuses, waiting until the last minute, or wasting time when they should be working on your project?

It probably got you fired up.

So here’s a question for you: If you don’t tolerate procrastination from others, why would you ever tolerate procrastination from yourself?

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Self-Limiting Beliefs

One example of a No Longer Acceptable (NLA) is a self-limiting belief. This is beyond just pessimistic thinking. When you follow self-limiting beliefs you actually inhibit your own potential. Self-limiting beliefs restrict a person’s inhibitions as well as their confidence. They start to think that opportunity escapes them, perhaps even that they are doomed to a life of failure because of the circumstances that have been dealt to them. Do you sense the dogmatic attitude here? They are unwilling to try, having already blamed their failure on someone else. A lack of ambition is not the only problem in this scenario. The same people who take on self-limiting beliefs also keep jobs they do not enjoy and stay in dysfunctional relationships. It’s a continuing cycle of misery. Therefore, if you are serious about changing your life then getting rid of these attitudes, these damaging NLAs, is the very first step.

It would behoove you to stop thinking of any lack of accomplishments as failure. You still have time to make a difference and to pursue your dreams. Be thankful that now you realize you have a golden opportunity and the right perspective to make it happen. Now you move on to the next step of NLAs: excuses. Stop making excuses. Your first reaction to a great idea may be an excuse, an excuse of why it wouldn’t work and why you should not try or just give up. Instead of giving up your idea because of a few good excuses, use those excuses as critical dummy missiles so that you can rework and reinforce your idea.

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Stop being tempted to go down the ‘wrong’ path and execute your game plan!

Have you ever found yourself going down the ‘wrong’ path and wondered how you got so far off track from achieving your goals?  Ever wondered why you don’t achieve the goals you set at the beginning of the year? Ever stated a new year’s resolution and then found yourself off track in February or March (so soon after the start of the year)?  Here are some of the pitfalls we need to resist if we are going to achieve our personal and professional goals and create the kind of life we really want – this year and every year going forward.

 

Personal Development & Multifarious Pitfalls to Resist
– Tempted to not invest enough time in those things that matter more than money to you.
– Tempted to quit too soon.
– Tempted to not choose your highest and best activities during the day.
– Tempted to not seek out mentors.
– Tempted to not get (or take) expert advice.
– Tempted to not optimize your own attention, deploying the power of focus on your priorities.
– Tempted to avoid reality-based thinking.
– Tempted to not insist that there are things which will no longer be acceptable to you.
– Tempted to make no decision (to avoid making a bad decision).

– Tempted to be everything to everybody.
– Tempted to treat exceptions as rules.
– Tempted to allow your team to be undermanaged.
– Tempted to avoid measuring success in all areas which will result in your overall success.
– Tempted to hold-on to people, clients, friendships, etc. longer than you should.
– Tempted to not require reviewing each team member’s written goals for the week.
– Tempted to not invest in the training & development of your people.
– Tempted to not be skilled at clearly articulating the value you bring to your client’s lives.
– Tempted to not seek accountability for yourself.
– Tempted to not measure your progress in a thorough (and candid) way at least 4 times a year.
– Tempted to not build a business to be of tremendous value.
– Tempted to not work hard enough (sometimes you should “work like you’re a rookie”).
– Tempted to not take enough time off.
– Tempted to pull punches rather than (skillfully & gracefully) telling the truth.
– Tempted to not challenge false assumptions (including our own).

Stop being tempted and do what you know you need to do so you can achieve your goals and have the kind of life you really want to live. Get focused, execute your game plan, and enjoy the rewards.

 

If you need help, let me know how I can help you on your goal achievement journey.

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Making New Years Resolutions that you are committed to doing

You might have heard it said: “If nothing changes, nothing changes….”

If you really want and are committed to making 2010 a fantastic year, what do you have to do better, different, or change?  Do you have to increase your commitment and desire to achieve what you want this year?  How badly do you really want what you say you want?

 

For some, the odds are not in your favor. You lose focus, priorities change, it is too much work, life happens, and the resolutions become once again, not worth the paper they’re written on.

Effective time management will help you start out on the ‘right’ foot.  Decide how the ideal day, week, month would look in order to achieve your goals.  Put those activities on your calendar.

 

Consistently repeating high pay-off activities will help ensure you are on the path to goal achievement.

Don’t look at your New Years Resolutions as New Years Resolutions – look at them as changes that put you in the highest probability position to achieve your 2010 goals.  They are things that become part of the way you do things from here on out. 
Get an accountability coach. Having to talk to a coach, on a consistent basis, who will hold you accountable immediately improves the odds of you achieving your goals. An accountability coach will help keep you focused and on track so you have an even higher probability of goal achievement – professional and personal. It’s too easy to let the crisis of the day or little distractions and interruptions alter your ideal day activities you have on your calendar. Having an accountability coach provides the accountability you need to enable you to do the things you know need to be done, but just keep making excuse after excuse and therefore letting your goals and dreams slip away.

Have a game plan and execute it. Winging it and not having a game plan isn’t going to help you achieve your 2010 goals. You have a much better chance of achieving your professional and personal goals when you have a game plan that you can execute on a consistent basis.
Are you going to get to the end of this year and say to yourself, I wish I would have….. so I could have achieved my goals?  Change the way you have been doing things to get the outcome you desire.  What will you change today, this week, this month?  Make 2010 a fantastic year and live your life with no regrets from this day forward.  Let me know how I can help.

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2 Types of Distractions to Avoid

If you are working in an empty warehouse with powerful equipment and surrounded by tons of steel then distractions are probably not a major issue. The problem is that you are working in an office—perhaps even a home office—and distractions are affecting you on a daily basis. Distractions may cause you to miss deadlines, turn in lower quality work, or use up time that you really can’t afford to lose.

Distractions impact your success to some degree. If you give your market less attention, then that market will shrivel up. Ignoring the wishes of your clients will definitely affect your profit margins. Ignoring the quality of your work may betray your own objectives, ultimately killing your business. When you are aiming to be a professional, it is important to take all of your obligations seriously. So what can you do to minimize distractions around the home and office?

1. Electronic Distractions
Let’s start by focusing on the computer, one of the best and worst instruments of concentration and distraction. Close any computer windows that are not directly related to what you are working on in the moment. Do you have a habit of checking your email, surfing the internet, or reviewing your site statistics every few minutes? This is distracting. Not only does continually switching from one unrelated activity to another rob directly from your work time, it also robs you of your train of thought. It may take several minutes to get that high concentration level back.

Instant messaging programs are another concern. The more friends that you chat with, the more times you will be interrupted by your online friends who probably want to talk about silly things. (I.e. chit-chat, strange YouTube videos or upcoming movie trailers starring Vin Diesel) When you go “online” you are probably just asking for trouble. Try going invisible or perhaps even closing the program entirely. You can always check your email once or twice per day for a predetermined amount of time.

What about all the social networking sites, like Linkedin, Plaxo, Twitter, Facebook, etc. that are rapidly growing? Is this just one more way to distract you? Do you really want to spend your precious time hanging out on these sites, or would your time be better invested on generating revenue for your business, or working out to keep and stay fit and healthy? Now, this isn’t to say you can’t do business with these social websites. You have to decide which would have more of an impact on you achieving your goals sooner.

2. Active Distractions
The fact of the matter is that most electronic distractions are bad for productivity, while most active distractions could actually help. For starters, try to schedule frequent breaks, especially if you work on the computer. You need to take a break now and then, not only to rest your eyes and stretch your arms, but also to give your brain a much-needed “breather.” This refreshes your mind, lets your body relax, and lets you escape the glare of a computer screen for just a few precious moments.

Furthermore, it might help to take a break outside and exercise in some form. When you exercise, it stimulates your mind and body, even while providing a nice relief from constant concentration. You could lift weights, do pushups, go for a walk or even play a musical instrument. The important thing is that you are doing something active, the opposite of fully concentrating on a work activity. I have heard some people say that having a 10-15 minute break every 90 minutes has a positive effect on your productivity.

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