ACT is an accountability group for living life more deliberately through goal setting, personal coaching, and experiencing the power of your word. You have the ongoing opportunity to focus on and commit to your goals, particularly your medium and long-term goals, which many people say do not get enough attention. The team structure and beneficial social pressure support you in following through with your agreements to an uncommon degree. They assist you in becoming the person you aspire to be and in intentionally creating the best version of your life.
Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality.
ACT groups consist of teams of 6 -10 people that meet once a week for 30 minutes. Each person decides what their focus and intention for the 8-week session is.
Every week you make a to-do list of the actions you are committed to taking that week towards your goals. Players then coach each other to clarify the action items, make a plan for accomplishing each one, and for doing whatever it takes that week to keep those commitments.
ACT is for anyone that would like support and accountability in clearly setting, steadily moving towards, and accomplishing medium-term and long-term goals.
If you have a nagging feeling of anxiety or dissatisfaction that you aren’t making enough headway on certain goals or that you know you could accomplish more and live a fuller life, ACT may be just the ticket!
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
-Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Along with quickly and easily creating miracles through achieving your goals, you will experience increased self-esteem and the feelings of self-empowerment, well-being and aliveness that are possible through consistently making and keeping your agreements – both the ones you make to others as well as the ones you make to yourself.
Masen Yaffee brings over 25 years of experience as a teacher, mentor, and coach to this work. He is committed to supporting people in achieving their goals and dreams.
Masen is passionate about people experiencing the power of keeping their word, i.e., of making and keeping clear agreements, and of being a part of a community of like minded individuals who empower and inspire each other.
“When you make and keep agreements with extreme consistency, your brain begins to form the association that whatever you say you will do, happens. From this you realize, with clarity and confidence, that all you have to do is speak a commitment and it will occur.”
Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too.
-William Hutchison Murray