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Expert Advice For Holding Yourself Accountable On Your Solo Journey

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Anne Bachrach accountabilityJokingly nicknamed “The Accountability Pit-Bull,” Anne Bachrach has firmly established her position as the country’s foremost expert on Accountability. She believes that even the most motivated business professionals need guidance to achieve their highest potential.

For over a quarter of a century, Anne has worked to help business professionals and entrepreneurs make more money, work less, and enjoy better work-life balance.

Anne says that having someone to answer to on a regular basis about your progress is a powerful motivator. She believes that personal accountability is the single most powerful tool to help professionals improve their businesses and overall quality of life. Her fresh approach to business is a much-needed change for stagnant businesses.

Anne is the author of many books, including, Excuses Don’t Count; Results Rule!, Live Life with No Regrets; How the Choices We Make Impact Our Lives; The Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, No Excuses!, and is a co-author in the Roadmap to Success book along with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard.

What you'll learn in this episode

  • What an accountability coach is and why it's important to work with one
  • What to look for in an accountability coach
  • The type of person in a solopreneur’s life that does not make for a good accountability partner
  • Common things solopreneurs do that unknowingly sabotage their careers
  • The types of systems that can be put in place to make solopreneurs personally accountable in achieving their goals
  • Patterns with high achievers
  • The most important thing solopreneurs can do to achieve greater success and improve their personal accountability

And so much more!

Resources Mentioned in the Episode

Favorite Quote: 

"You are what you think. So just think big, believe big, act big, work big, give big, forgive big, laugh big, love big and live big." -Andrew Carnegie

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