Tools for accountability and motivation

People often come to career coaching to work on motivating themselves to achieve their goals, and feel like they’re doing so! We work with people to help develop the tools for accountability and motivation that will get them through, in work and everyday life.

Now, we’ve developed a new 15-day accountability and motivation practice, especially for you. It’s free for a limited time only and is delivered to your inbox daily, along with reflections from me as I join you on the journey and tackle my own goal!

What is accountability?

We’re glad you asked!

Accountability is at the core of lots of social media these days, from Strava for athletes to hashtags for writers looking to finish their first novel. But accountability often relies on social pressure that can lessen in effectiveness over time, just like social encouragement. 1:1 coaching can help you become accountable to yourself and motivate yourself to do your best work in the process. But you can also start small, with this self-help tool for accountability and motivation that’s designed to help you set, track, and achieve your goals.

This accountability practice won’t be free forever, so sign up today. Once you’ve completed it, you’ll have the advice and insights sitting in your inbox to use time and time again!

What other options are there?

For tackling bigger goals, you might like to see how coaching can help you stay accountable and motivated. You can always book a free exploratory coaching session with us now (Schedule time with Dominique).

Or, if you want more direct guidance and support, I provide mentoring services to early-career professionals via MentorCruise.

Mentoring can help you develop your tools for accountability and motivation by enabling you to learn from another person’s experience in a supportive relationship. A mentor can also directly hold you accountable for planned goals, and motivate you positively, too! Mentoring is a more ‘hands on’ experience than coaching, which encourages and supports you to find your own solutions. So, if you feel like you need more direction and advice, mentoring is the ideal solution for you.