Using The Moon in Accountability Groups

By Joel T. Sanders • Last updated on September 22nd, 2018

The moon is the perfect platform to use with accountability groups. Group members can create a vision board, a list of daily actions they want to be held accountable to, and then check in with one another on a consistent basis.

Today I met with my friend Dave Secunda of WorkBright.com. Dave’s a part of an accountability forum that meets regularly to talk about life and business issues.

Dave and I made this 6-minute video (shared with Dave’s permission) to describe to his group members the basics of getting started with a Moon accountability group:

The steps:

  1. Set up your profile
  2. Edit your bio, and add a few images to your vision board
  3. Create an action list, and
  4. Check in with your group to let them know how you’re feeling and progressing towards your goals.

This second video (5 minutes) goes a little more in-depth on checking in with an accountability group, tracking progress, and supporting others:

The basics of using The Moon daily are:

  1. Update the group on your own progress towards goals
  2. Support others in the group on their progress towards goals

You’re going to spend time on social media today. Rather than become distracted, why not use a social media platform with focused purpose?

Raising the Standard in Accountability Groups

By consistently checking in with smart people who care, you’re more likely to achieve greater results. As I mentioned in a previous post, our ingroups literally create who we are.

I’ve participated in a number of accountability groups over the decades: formal and informal, in-person and virtual.

And while tremendous progress and connection takes place during meetings, the problem has always been how to remain connected and continue making progress between meetings.

Bottom line: The Moon gives your accountability group a way to set a new standard, step up, and make progress faster.

 

Posted in Mastermind Groups, The Moon

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