Can you believe it, the New Year is upon us? With the new year, comes lots of reflections about family, finances, parenting, career, spirituality, relationships & fitness; what’s good, what needs tweaked, changed and supported.
Who doesn’t come into the new year with these grandiose thoughts of declaring their list of new year’s resolutions for personal and professional growth and wellness? I would venture to say, most of us. Though you might be like me and rebel against “declaring new years resolutions” but instead “set goals.” Semantics, ya know!
Year after year, I see it happen. I set goals for change and growth. I am motivated and optimistic. My intentions are good, yet my follow through wanes about 3-4 weeks into the new year. Why is that? What can help my follow through and yours, to actually accomplish our goals?
My experiences reveal that I do better when I have someone alongside. That someone is an accountability partner.
An accountability partner is someone I turn to when I want to intentionally change and grow.
Accountability is what I need to get in place to support my why and my plan. Accountability is for me. My accountability partner’s have been: friends, a mentor and a coach.
An accountability relationship offers many benefits that will support you each step of the way!
Whether you are setting goals or declaring resolutions, an accountability partner (friend, mentor or coach) will be vital to your success in moving forward.
If you would like to have a coach for accountability, I am offering a “Coaching Accountability Special.”
Let’s get started today! Grab this special for yourself and begin reaping the benefits!
Or make the call and get a friend or mentor on board. It will make a huge difference!
Would love to hear from you! Share any thoughts, tips or other benefits, in the comments section.