it’s 2:42am here in Phoenix and I’m starving. This is what I want right now. A subway sub with all this stuff on it. What do you like on your subs?
Believe it or not, in the Winter Accountability Class students will be put in situations where they have to try new things and YES….one of them could be food. As weird as that sounds, its little things like that which help people break out of molds they have set for themselves.
Unless you are a foodie, when was the last time to set out to try something brand new when it comes to food? Whether it be food, or a trying to develop a new habit, it all starts with exposure to things we are not used to seeing or engaging with.
People work very hard in life to have a set routine day to day, for most, its not a productive set up and that can be fixed…..but only if you want it to. Breaking habits and forming new ones is a different process for many people. I have had students try new foods and snacks and that was an ice breaker for them.
It seems dumb and simple but there is a certain way to bring people along when it comes to their level of confidence and if you have them going 100 MPH right from day one, then you will be in no better shape than if you signed up for a guru’s program because you heard their pitch at a weekend seminar.
When you work with people for 10 straight weeks you get to know them very well. I can honestly say I know when I am being lied to and I know when people are telling me things about their progress just to make me stop asking questions about their week. The problem is this is an Accountability class, my job is to make sure you are doing all you can to get ahead of where you are performance wise day to day.
I don’t have a problem with accountability at all. What I want in life is enough to keep me driven day in and day out 24/7. This Accountability class is a unique experience. If you fail or quit the class it says a lot about you and what you need to work on. For most people its the lack of patience, they all want fast results but anytime you are trying to compete with people who have a much larger pocket book than you do, that is when you have to be savvy about how you get ahead in your business.
The class will keep you honest, the class will test you. Not many will pass it but no one who does will ever be the same. Whether I hear from the finishers again or not after they complete the course one thing is for sure…..they will never forget their time in the Accountability Class and the work they did while in it.