Sharon Michaels' Accountability Groups




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What Is An Accountability Group?

It is a small, yet powerful, group of like-minded nonjudgmental women who are going for their goals, sharing the same desire to succeed and thrive and willing to support one another along the way. It's a great way to stay on track and find the encouragement to go for your goals.


Why Do I Need An Accountability Group?
  • You don't need an accountability group unless you are serious about succeeding and want to tap into the synergy and energy of like-minded women. There is strength in numbers - it's about women empowering one another toward greater personal and professional successes.
  •  Research has proven that being accountable to a supportive friend can increase goal achievement by at least 33%. You'll receive "nonjudgmental accountability" to support achieving your goals, helping you use your time wisely and making sure you're keeping the important things important. 
  • It's nice to know that someone cares about you and is supporting your dreams of the future!

How Do The Accountability Groups Work?
  •  We have a once a month group tele-conference with Sharon Michaels to discuss successes and challenges.
  •  Weekly e-mail accountability with your accountability group members and Sharon Michaels - we will cheer you on, provide empowering suggestions and even give you a little kick in the pants when necessary. Sharon sends you feedback on each week's report.
  •  You'll have the ability to network during the monthly tele-conference and by email with the like-minded success-oriented women in your group. You never know, you may end up with a new friend or two.
  •  You work at your own pace but have the support of like-minded success-oriented women who are interested in your successes!


Interesting Statistics


Statistics from the ASTD (American Society for Training and Development) which indicate the percent likelihood you will follow through after you:

~ Hear an idea – 10%
~ Consciously decide to adopt an idea – 25%
~ Decide when you will do it – 40%
~ Plan how you will do it – 50%
~ Commit to someone else that you’ll do it – 65%
~ Have a specific accountability appointment with the person you committed to – 95%



How Do I Become Part of an Accountability Group?


  •  Groups are limited in size and once a group is formed it is closed - the members remain the same and no new members will be placed in your group. There is a 3 month minimum commitment to your formed group.
  •  Apply to be in an Accountability Group and Sharon will be back in touch within 48 hours to let you know when the next group is forming and when your group will begin. She'll always send a little "homework" to begin as you're waiting for your group to start.
  •  There is $29 per month charge with a minimum 3 month commitment (so we have continuity) and payable each month via Credit Card or PayPal. The first month's $29 payment is due with your application.


This is a nonjudgmental and nonthreatening environment - your group will be a safe place of encouragement and empowerment.

Here are some testimonials from women, just like you, who are a part of Sharon Michaels' Accountability Groups.

Testimonials

Jennifer said: 

"I know that my group cares about my successes. It is easier to stay focused when I'm accountable. 

What has proven to be so helpful is that each week we state what we are going to accomplish. Then as we are sending in our accountability reports, I get to review what I said I'd do and what I actually finished. I've become much more realistic about how I use my time and what I can actually accomplish. It provides a greater sense of order and I'm not feeling overwhelmed." "

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Amy said: 

"Being accountable to such a supportive group of women has made a huge difference in becoming more aware of focusing my time and energy on moneymaking activities. I'm light years ahead of where I was three months ago." 

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Holly said: 

"More realistic about how I plan out my time. I've learned to say 'no' more often. I was trying to do too much and kept falling behind. A real eye-opener was becoming aware of the emotional ties I have to my business. I never realized that before. I use to take things much more personally than I do now."

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Mary said: 

"It's only been the first week and I've done more than I did in the past month. The key is focusing on my positive 'to-do' list. I've been focusing on what I can do and not on the obstacles. Thank you!"



Only $29 Gets You Started



If you have a question about Sharon's Accountability Group, would like to know more about one-on-one coaching,  or have a question about an order please email: mail@womenenjoyingsuccess.com





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