I’ll give you two incredibly productive weeks.
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Everyone deserves to reach their potential
My name is John Holcroft. I know how challenging working for yourself can be. How hard it is to turn ‘I should be doing’ into ‘I am doing’. I support you so that you can get the most out of the day, without needing vast amounts of will power.
Daily accountability is new. Here is what people have to say about my weekly accountability meetings (WAMs).
If you have this call then you think ‘oh god, I’ve really got to do something’ and that’s what works for me. I really appreciate it and I really value these.
I find the mere fact of having the call, and coming on it, and thinking to yourself ‘Have I done what I said?’, ‘Was I realistic?’, ‘Why haven’t I done this?’. Yes you can do it yourself but you don’t.
The weekly meetings are hugely helpful to keep me on track with the tasks which grow my business. It’s all too easy to delude ourselves that we’re doing well because our time is filled with busy work, but the reality is that without something like WAM it’s easy to end up being busy doing the wrong kind of work (so you’re not moving your business forward), or getting so wrapped up in client work that you end up always putting your own business priorities at the bottom of the list. WAM is a simple way to stay focused on the stuff that matters.
Vicky Fraser describes the impact it has had on her Business for Superheroes group:
Why daily accountability?
Sometimes you need more than weekly accountability. You need something to supercharge your productivity and that you can commit to on your own.
Maybe you know what a boost accountability is to your productivity, especially when paired with weekly planning, and want that every day.
Maybe you have something you really need to make progress on this week.
Maybe you are in a productivity rut and want to break out, or need help implementing a productivity system.
If any of these are true for you then daily accountability will be a worthwhile investment. You’ll be amazed at the amount of progress you can make in two weeks.
How it works
- We remind ourselves of the goals for the week
You say what you would like to achieve today to move closer to your goals
You give an outline for your activities
- What you achieved
What went well
Are there lessons learnt (or areas for improvement)
Decide an easy task to start the day tomorrow – something to get started on before our call
How do I sign up?
- Click the Get Started button
- Choose a time for an initial call where we discuss where you are at, what you want to achieve, and you ask any questions you might have
- At the end of the call choose to sign-up
Stop Wasting Days
Wasting a day makes you feel awful. You know you aren’t reaching your potential, and it is easy to feel shame and self-loathing. You can avoid failure and reach your potential by getting the help to get the most out of each day.
I can give you the structure and accountability to get the most out of every day.
At the end of two weeks of accountability calls with me you’ll be closer to your goals and feel awesome about being someone who get things done.
Book two weeks of accountability calls today.
What I promise
If you are struggling I help you find your path forward.
Remember, you aren’t the problem, the problem is problem. We can work it out.
Just agree that this productivity structure is for you and I bring it to you. No willpower required. No homework. This is the easiest way to turn ‘I should do’ into ‘I am doing’.
Telling another person what you are going to do for the next couple of hours and then reporting on what you did isn’t complicated, but it is powerful. Your personal pride is an incredible motivating force.
How much does it cost?
What if it isn’t right for me?
At any point in the first week I’ll give a full refund.
Is it worth it?
Assuming your successful self is worth at least $100,000 a year, wasting a day or delaying success by a day costs over $500. Every day.
How much is having great days and reaching your potential worth to you?