Mindful Accountability™

An innovative approach to helping individuals & organizations
focus on their priorities and accomplish their goals.

 

Small Groups

Small group coaching for goal-oriented professionals who want mindful accountability, connection, and camaraderie to get the most important things done without experiencing burn out.

Individual Coaching

1:1 mindful accountability coaching for goal-oriented professionals who want privacy, individual focus, and to get the most important things done without experiencing burn out.

Leadership Training

Trust-based advisory services, mindful accountability training, and our proprietary tools for organizations across all industries and work styles that want to integrate accountability at scale.

Aligned Partners

Is accountability a weak link in your organization? Let's collaborate to integrate our Mindful Accountability framework to ensure customer and employee engagement, retention, and results.

Accountability Works.

Redefining accountability as an act of mindfulness.

Discover your unique focus type with our quick quiz.

Discover your unique focus style with our quick quiz.

Our programs and resources exist to support individuals and organizations in taking mindful action. With freedom from distraction, overwhelm, and procrastination, you can enjoy a new rhythm of focus and accomplish your most important goals.

Are you ready?

 

Projects dragging on and on?

When was the last time you let a project that should have taken you a few weeks drag on for months?

Accountability Works.

Get It Done

"Getting to be a part of a value-based group outside my normal life - and "playing" with KICK-ASS accountability partners was a game changer for how I discern what I have control over, what's important, and how to get things done."

Joy Margolis
TheJoySystem.com

 

 

Struggling with being consistent?

You start a new habit or routine and it works great for some time…but for some reason you can’t keep it all together.

Accountability Works.

Take Consistent Action

The past 12 weeks, despite traveling extensively and while having fun, I have been able to identify major challenges in my life. I then set out to work on them religiously. As a result, I have been more productive and am developing healthy habits again. I am re-energized and can feel my inner power gaining strength."

 
Pilar Lazaro
LuxVacationHomes.com

Trouble getting started?

Resistance is a powerful force, is there something you know would be impactful but haven't taken action on?

Accountability Works.

Get Started Now

“I knew I wanted to grow my business but I wasn’t sure where to start or how to make things happen. Accountability Works provided me with the space and tools to prioritize and start checking action items off my list. That was over a year ago. Since then my practice has doubled and I’ve put so many systems in place for my business to run more smoothly.” 

 
Deborah Croan
DeborahCroan.com

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Summer Wellness Interview Series: Sleep

This week, we are so happy to introduce our first installment of our Summer Wellness Interview Series, which we are kicking off with the topic of sleep. We hope you enjoy Marissa’s interview with AW Coach and sleep expert, Kelly Day O’Brien.   This summer we...

AW Member Q+A with Tricia Scalzo

This week, we are delighted to share our AW Member Q+A with Tricia Scalzo. I had the pleasure of speaking with Tricia during her first quarter in our program. I reached out to see how she was doing and to hear her thoughts on her coach and group. Tricia was...

Negativity Bias and Accountability Coaching

The negativity bias is a cognitive phenomenon where you tend to give more weight to negative events or outcomes than to similar positive ones. While we may intuitively understand this bias, it's helpful to look at where it shows up and why. For us, it’s especially...

Tracking Family Phone Time

This week, I’m tying together the themes of our last two posts with a personal example of how we are approaching screen time via observation without judgment in our household. I hope you find our family phone time check-in anecdote helpful if you are navigating a...

The Secret to Effective Accountability: Observation without Judgment

As you may know, we define Mindful Accountability as observation without judgment. Our work is based on the observer effect, meaning that the act of observation changes the phenomena being observed. In this case, the act of observing you means that you are more likely...