Accountability Coach, Anne Bachrach Profiled in The Best Advice Money Can Buy Chapter.
Have you ever wondered why some people are successful and some aren’t, even though their intentions to be successful are the exact same? Anne Bachrach, president of the California-based life coaching firm A.M. Enterprises, talks about how her star client, Mark Little, revamped his business and also went from 313 pounds to 173 pounds. Anne will mention other clients and stories that demonstrate what it takes to be even more successful in the book, “The Middle-Class Millionaire: The Rise of the New Rick and How They Are Changing America.”
“The Middle-Class Millionaire” is written by Russ Alan Prince and Lewis Schiff. This groundbreaking book reviews a new class of the affluent whose attitudes and values are influencing and reshaping American life. It reviews this group of people who enjoy a net worth ranging from one million to ten million dollars and have earned rather than inherited their wealth.
“The authors did an extensive amount of research for this book because I was interviewed so long ago I almost forgot about it. This book provides a powerful perspective that is important to all of us, and I’m honored to be part of it,” Bachrach said.
“The Middle-Class Millionaire” is now available and a must read.
As an accountability coach, Bachrach has dedicated her career to helping business people and entrepreneurs improve their productivity, profitability, and quality of life. She only works with clients who are truly serious about achieving all of their goals and living their dreams and believes that having someone to answer to on a regular basis about your progress toward your goals is a powerful motivational tool.
Bachrach’s fresh approach to the business and life offers a much-needed boost for stagnant businesses and entrepreneurs. She believes that even the most motivated people need guidance to achieve their highest potential. In “The Middle-Class Millionaire,” Bachrach shares a few of her personal secrets of success with readers, in the hope that they, too, will recognize the importance of accountability in goal-setting and achievement.
After enjoying a successful career with IBM, Bachrach started A.M. Enterprises, where she has worked with entrepreneurs to maximize their true potential, and ultimately leading them to a totally balanced life for nearly a quarter of a century.
While pursuing her own career goals, Bachrach began to realize the effect personal accountability was having on her own business. The systems and tools she used early in her career, along with her experiences, are the foundation of the program she continues to use with her clients today.
“Accountability coaching uses proven systems and methods to inspire confidence and results in clients,” Bachrach said. “Clients will develop an enhanced sense of self-esteem and accomplishment that allows them to realize their biggest goals and dreams. In fact, clients often realize that their aspirations are not only achievable, but will also gain the energy necessary to create the incredible positive momentum required to reach their goals.
“My clients credit me as the person in their life who helps them accelerate their results,” she added.
The core attribute of Bachrach’s methodology is accountability; hence, her nickname of “The Accountability Pit-Bull.” She inspires her clients to stay focused and take action on the highest payoff activities that lead to their ultimate professional and personal success. By utilizing her powerful processes, Bachrach’s clients learn how to maximize their true potential and bring balance to their lives.
For more information about Bachrach’s coaching or training services, visit www.AccountabilityCoach.com.