Unlike a mastermind group, I would keep your accountability group small, one to one works really well.
Set a time and stick to it. Whether you do an hour a week or meet for breakfast once a month. No messing with the time. If your AFF is not prepared to stick to a time then they are not going to be the best as an AFF to hold you accountable.
Agree how tough you are going to be with each other. I suggest tough.
Be prepared to hold your AFF accountable. Be prepared to be tough with them if they have not done what they have agreed to do.
Be prepared to take it back. You have to be able to take what you are.
Do the right thing at the right time
It is hard to when you spend days on your own feeling like you are trying to work out which way is up and you need to do what you can to achieve what you want and the power of accountability is one of the best ways to do it.
Running your business is not about being busy all the time, it is about being smart and creating processes and working on the right thing at the right time. That is an important part of the accountability process.
Do you have an AFF in mind?
Well in this blog I am going to hold you accountable to find and approach your AFF and set your own rules in place.