Register Today: 4 Steps to Stop Procrastinating and Start Producing Results! Web Class

Have you ever procrastinated on something before? Procrastination, also known as dilly-dallying, dragging your feet, and excuse making is something we have all experienced at one time or another. Have you ever wondered why you procrastinate on some things and not others? For those of you who are familiar with procrastination, the issue is how can you stop procrastinating and start taking action?  Procrastination never pays off for anyone.

During this what-to-do and how-to-do-it web class I will share business success principles I share with the Advisors I coach who make middle six-figure to seven-figure incomes.  You will learn 4 tips for overcoming procrastination and the DOIT system that will help you be even more successful – professionally and personally.

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

-You Accomplish More in Less Time

-Get More Clients

-Increase Your Confidence

-Increase Focus on Your Goals and Get To It

-Overcome fears that are holding you back from reaching your true potential

 

Web Class Date: May 25, 2017 Time: 1:00pm ET / 12:00pm CT / 11:00am MT / 10:00am PT

Register today by going to: http://insurancewebx.com/4-steps-to-stop-procrastinating-and-start-producing-results/

 

I look forward to having you on the Insurance WebX Insider web class with me.

 

Can’t attend? Don’t worry. Register and you will receive a link to the replay.

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4 Steps to Stop Procrastinating and Start Producing Results! Web Class

Have you ever procrastinated on something before? Procrastination, also known as dilly-dallying, dragging your feet, and excuse making is something we have all experienced at one time or another. Have you ever wondered why you procrastinate on some things and not others? For those of you who are familiar with procrastination, the issue is how can you stop procrastinating and start taking action?  Procrastination never pays off for anyone. During this what-to-do and how-to-do-it web class I will share business success principles I share with the Advisors I coach who make middle six-figure to seven-figure incomes.  You will learn 4 tips for overcoming procrastination and the DOIT system that will help you be even more successful – professionally and personally. By applying these action-able, results-producing strategies you can:

-You Accomplish More in Less Time

-Get More Clients

-Increase Your Confidence

-Increase Focus on Your Goals and Get To It

-Overcome fears that are holding you back from reaching your true potential

 

Web Class Date: May 25, 2017 Time: 1:00pm ET / 12:00pm CT / 11:00am MT / 10:00am PT

Register today at: http://insurancewebx.com/4-steps-to-stop-procrastinating-and-start-producing-results/

 

I look forward to having you on the Insurance WebX Insider web class with me.

 

Can’t attend? Don’t worry. Register and you will receive a link to the replay.

 

 

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You Deserve It….

With the holidays coming up…

 

Now’s a great time to be asking yourself, “Who in my life would benefit from business acceleration gifts (clients, prospects, associates, friends, etc.)?”

 

Think of your top 10 prospects, clients, associates, and friends, and write their names down right now.

 

Congratulations!

 

You’ve just solved the hardest part of the holidays—finding the right gift for some of the people in your life.

 

And with our “75% off special” (Yes, I said 75% off) Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday (all wrapped into one), you can now cross those people off your list. Yeah!

 

And now, don’t you deserve something for yourself??!?

 

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Have a fantastic holiday season!

 

Let me know how else I can be of service to you in the achievement of your goals so you can enjoy the kind of business and life you want and deserve.

 

Aim High,

Anne Bachrach

The Accountability Pit-Bull™

http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/

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4 Tips For Overcoming Procrastination

Photo-ProcrastinationHave you ever procrastinated on something before? Have you ever wondered why you procrastinate on some things and not others?  For those of you who are familiar with procrastination, the issue is how can you stop procrastinating and start taking action?  Before you read over some common tips, first try and analyze your own circumstances.  Remember that most cases of procrastination are caused by some primary motivations.  First, the person may be carrying self-limiting beliefs.  When a person has a self-limiting belief he or she will make excuses on why the idea for change wouldn’t work and why it’s not even worth trying.  You might say that procrastination is the last resort to avoid taking action. 

 

Why Do People Procrastinate?

 

There are also two types of procrastinators to consider.

 

  1. The first can be called a relaxed procrastinator. This person tends to view their responsibilities (or perhaps their opportunities) in a negative light. They then try and avoid these responsibilities by redirecting their energy into other tasks—usually mundane tasks that offer nothing else but a quick distraction from the more important goal. You could say that this type of procrastination is a form of denial.  The person may not even want help from others because they are only craving instant gratification.  This is the type of person that may dream of better things but decide in the end that it’s not worth pursuing because they don’t want to do the real work.  It is much easier to do less or just a little than all the work the goals require to achieve it.  It is easier to do the easy things first and put the harder, but more impactful things off until some other time.

 

  1. The second type of procrastinating personality is known a “tense-afraid” type. This person is not motivated by instant gratification or laziness; rather they seek to avoid anxiety. They are easily overwhelmed by responsibility and pressure. It doesn’t help that they tend to have no concept of time, can struggle with self-esteem, and are unsure about their long-term goals.  When a person is unsure about their long-term goals, then setting short ones and following through on them can be twice as difficult.  The goals they do come up with are often highly unrealistic and the result is just more stress—the normal anxieties associated with life, plus the anxiety that comes from putting off important issues.

 

If you have a problem with procrastination, then first try analyzing your present circumstances. Determine first, if you are happy with the ways things are progressing. If not, then agree that it is time to make some changes.  Reevaluate the goals you have and start setting more goals. Then create a progressive plan that gets you to where you want to be (personally and professionally) and within a timeframe that is doable. 

 

4 Tips For Overcoming Procrastination

 

Now that you have objectively analyzed your circumstances and procrastinating tendencies, it’s time for you to go on the defensive and tackle this self-defeating habit.

 

Tip1: Start on the most basic level by treating your body and mind to a system of reward and punishment. When you complete a goal as stated, reward yourself.  When you procrastinate, you get nothing.  Not only does this train your mind to work harder, it also provides motivation for when you work—to get to the finish line and claim your reward!  You might create different levels of rewards.  The more you accomplish, the bigger the reward.  The reward should be on par with the achievement. For example, if you have a revenue goal of earning $10,000 within a certain period of time and you hit that goal, you don’t want to go out and buy something that costs $11,000.

 

Tip 2: Another tip that might prove helpful is to try and break down large projects. Some people’s natural inclination is to avoid large projects; they seem very daunting at first glance.  However, once you break large projects into smaller pieces, it is easier to get started and manage.  Take one day’s worth of activity and break it apart into smaller goals. 

 

Tip 3: It will also help to prioritize your assignments. Make a list of all your things-to-do and put them in order of importance. The activities that have the highest probability of helping you achieve your goals would be ranked as the most important.  Now as you finish each task you can cross off items as you complete them.  This will help you organize your workload. 

 

Tip 4: Don’t underestimate the advantages that enlisting a friend, acquaintance, or peer might bring. When you get someone else involved, you are essentially tag teaming your way to success.  Two heads are always better than one, especially when you are accountable to that other person.  Fighting such a battle on your own can be difficult, but when you bring in someone else to help fend off the threat of procrastination, your odds are improved.  For the best results, find another person to work with and work towards a solution together.  Make a pledge to one another that you will both help each other with your goals, reporting to each other on a regular basis.  You could work out a system where you each perform a weekly task at the time same time.  Maybe at the end of each week, you have a small discussion, reviewing your efforts so far and your commitment to the next things on your list.

 

Remember that procrastination never pays off for anyone, whereas when you take certain action—even if it’s unsuccessful—you can always learn from the outcome. Most people who suffer from this condition are not selfish, nor do they have a clinical disorder.  They are simply everyday people with big dreams who need a little push in the right direction.  Maybe it’s time you reevaluate their life and your deeper motivations.  You can rely on this person to help you and you help them to overcome procrastination and achieve all your goals and ultimately enjoy what is important to you.

 

This article can also be found and read at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/4-tips-overcoming-procrastination-anne-bachrach?trk=hp-feed-article-title-like.

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Setting up a Peer Accountability Group?

InfoGraphic-PeerAccountabilityGroup-2480x3508People often ask me what is the best way to set up a peer accountability group. Here is one way….

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4 Action Steps for Making More Money and Getting Results Web Class Replay

Web Class Replay Now Available!

Web Class Replay Now Available!

 

 

You can watch the Insurance WebX Insider Web Class replays (4 Action Steps for Making More Money and Getting Results Now and 7 Proven Ideas That Help Advisors Achieve Better Results) by going to http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/iwebx-request-free-resources/.  

 

You can claim all your complimentary business acceleration resources available to you so you can achieve even better results by going to http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/iwebx-request-free-resources/.  Take advantage of your 50% discount on all 9 Action Steps for Making More Money and Getting Results Now by using your code IWEBXJUN. It is only valid until 6/19/2016. Apply your Silver membership code for an additional 10% off (that is a total of 60% off) so now your investment is less than 79usd.  http://www.accountabilitycoach.com/no-excuses-action-steps-for-making-more-money-and-getting-better-results-now/

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Not getting the results you’d like to have and think you deserve?

Claim your spot in this Web Class today!

Claim your spot in this Web Class today!

Tired of driving down the mediocrity road?

 

This No Excuses high-value web class can transform your business or help you meet goals that are important to you in any area of your life. You will learn 4 Action Steps for Making More Money and Getting Better Results. You will learn key action steps to help you

1. Break Down Limiting Beliefs and Increase Your Success

2. Overcome Fears that Hold You Back

3. Take a No Excuses Approach and Be Even More Productive

4. Really Be 100% Committed to Achieving Your Goals

 

During this high-content web class, I will share lessons from coaching Advisors who make middle six-figure to seven-figure incomes.

 

Register by going to http://insurancewebx.com/no-excuses-4-action-steps-for-making-more-money-and-getting-results-now/

 

Mark your calendar for: June 9, 2016 at 12:00am ET /11:00am CT/ 10:00MT/ 9:00am PT

 

I look forward to having you on the Insurance WebX Insider web class with me.

 

Bonus: All attendees will receive FREE Business Acceleration Resource Success Tools that will help you be even more successful!

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Dreamer vs. Doer: The Only Thing Stopping You From Achieving Your Goals

Are you a Dreamer or Doer?

Are you a Dreamer or Doer?

You set goals, yet you don’t achieve them. Time and time again you find yourself stopping midway between the start and finish lines. You start off running out of the gate, enthused and driven to make a difference this time, but each time, something derails you from sticking to the game plan.

 

Perhaps you convinced yourself that it was lack of time, energy, or resources. You simply didn’t have the time to stick to it or that a 5am run or late night at the gym was the last thing you felt motivated to do. You didn’t have a babysitter…or the money…or the will power.

 

It’s the classic paradox of Dreamer vs. Doer.

 

So what’s the real reason behind all those excuses you make?

 

Going from a dreamer to a doer isn’t always cut-and-dry. It’s up to you to become your own best motivator by paying attention to how you’re feeling and leveraging it. If you’re currently motivated by the positive feelings of a future payoff – go with it. On the other hand, if you’re current motivation is the displeasure of a current pain – leverage it to get you moving. It’s the difference between dreaming about a better life and doing something to create the kind of life you truly want and deserve.

 

To read the entire article, go to https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/dreamer-vs-doer-only-thing-stopping-you-from-your-goals-anne-bachrach?published=t.

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Register to access my new No Excuses – Make More Money Business Success Course Free Trial

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Register to Access this Free Trial Course

 

 

 

Register to access my new No Excuses Course Free Trial by going to https://www.trainengage.com/Home/Course/1043.

 

In this No Excuses Business Success Program you will learn proven concepts to:

  • Make more money
  • Get more done in a lot less time (be more effective and efficient)
  • Stop or at least reduce procrastination that slows your results
  • Achieve more of your goals in the time frame you desire
  • Be even more focused on the activities that produce results
  • Become a master of change
  • Break down limiting beliefs and overcome fears that hold you back
  • Create even better work life balance!

 

After you register to access my free course trial, feel free to share some feedback with me.

https://www.trainengage.com/Home/Course/1043

 

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Why Hire an Accountability Coach?

4 Reasons to Hire an Accountability Pit-Bull!

4 Reasons to Hire an Accountability Pit-Bull!

Many entrepreneurs have a difficult time managing their time efficiently, unknowingly sabotaging their own success, over and over again.  They often spend months, even years, struggling to discern between the low-priority and high-impact tasks, and where their efforts drive the biggest results.  Unfortunately, this type of unawareness can lead to a failed business.  How do you prevent self-sabotage of your business?  Hire an accountability coach!  Here are 4 reasons you should hire an accountability coach:

 

  1. An Accountability Coach can help you understand how your actions either lead you toward or away from your goal(s).

 

  1. An Accountability Coach can help create a game plan that you actually execute.

 

  1. An Accountability Coach can help eliminate procrastination.

 

  1. An Accountability Coach can help you break free of limited beliefs. One of the main reasons people fail in business is because they allow their limited beliefs to stifle their success.

 

An Accountability Coach can help you achieve success!

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