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Anne Bachrach

Anne Bachrach
Anne M. Bachrach is known as The Accountability Coach™. She has 23 years of experience training and coaching. The objective is to work less, make more money, and have a more balanced life. Anne is the author of the books Excuses Don’t Count; Results Rule! and Live Life with No Regrets; How the Choices We Make Impact Our Lives. Go to and get 3 FREE gifts including a special report on 10 Power Tips for Getting Focused, Organized, and Achieving Your Goals Now. Join the FREE Silver Inner Circle Membership today and receive 10% off on all products and services, in addition to having access to assessments and resources to help you achieve your goals so you can experience a more balanced and successful life (

How to Produce Big Results


If you’ve failed at producing big results in your business, it’s time to let the failures go and move on.  As an entrepreneur, you do not have time to sit around with regret. You’ve got to get moving!  If you want to produce big results, you first need to understand how to get big results.  Big results are brought about …

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4 Benefits of Embracing Change


You don’t need anyone to tell you that the world is undergoing a lot of changes right now. From sociopolitical shifts to healthcare reform, it’s pretty obvious.  What may not be so obvious is your ability to adapt to the changes that are necessary for your business to survive and thrive in the changing market.  How do you set yourself …

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How to Make It All About Your Clients


Take your business to the next level by creating an “It’s All-About-Them” (IAAT) experience for your clients. A company that is founded on the IAAT principle will have valuable services right out of the gate. Ask any successful financial advisor, and they will tell you.  In order to get new clients and keep the existing ones coming back for more, …

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Use the 80/20 Rule to Grow Your Business


If your business isn’t growing, you need to get a handle on the way you’re running it.  Many insurance agents tend to spend a great deal of time performing unnecessary tasks that contribute little to the growth of their business.  The 80/20 rule, otherwise known as the Pareto Principle, teaches that only 20% of your actions should lead to 80% …

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What It Takes To Be On Top and Stay On Top


Financial professionals and entrepreneurs are rarely happy with moderate success.  Some business people tend to relax once they have earned a certain amount of money, but having spent so much time and effort getting your business to this level, why not take it all the way to the top? The task may sound daunting and it undoubtedly is, but it’s …

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The Importance of Commitment and How to Be Committed


When you order an egg and bacon breakfast, you get a blend of both chicken and pig. However, the chicken’s involvement is limited to the egg while the pig is completely committed. There is no better definition of commitment for an entrepreneur. When it comes to commitment, there are no gray areas. Either you are committed or you are not. …

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To Procrastinate or Not to Procrastinate: The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma


There comes a time when you just don’t feel like working anymore. It happens to everyone. You are certainly not an exception. Rather, it would be surprising if you haven’t felt that way about any of your past tasks or projects.. As an entrepreneur, you would have worked hard to get your business to a level where it is successful …

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The Benefits of Accountability


Accountability is simply holding yourself responsible for your actions, decisions and performance. As an entrepreneur, you are accountable to no one but yourself. On the other hand, your employees are all accountable to you. Holding a position of power can breed a sense of complacency in you and cause you to make poor decisions which might affect the growth of …

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Communication that Produces Results


Entrepreneurs don’t have it easy. Not only do they have to oversee their own performance, but they have to handle employees and clients as well. Sometimes, the focus can shift from their professional aspirations to personal troubles, hence distracting them from their main task. This often happens when the communication to either employees or clients is not effective. So, what …

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The Top 11 Key Business Success Principles


Why does one business fail while another succeeds? Two businesses with very similar resources, manpower and finances can still veer off in wildly opposite directions. More often than not, it comes down to the entrepreneur that’s guiding a business through various stages towards success. One has to be determined, steadfast, and resolute. Following the top key business success principles also …

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