Group training – Goals Accountability Blueprint

Do you and your friends have unfulfilled dreams?

Unmet biz or life goals?

Want to work on that together?

Let’s talk about it!

Forget about those New Year’s resolutions

Your group gets a do-over!



'Goals Accountability Blueprint'


Live, online goals training with me


Repeatable process to use again


Non-judgmental environment


A team you bring to the course

 Introducing the

Goals Accountability Blueprint training


Hey, there! I’m Kathie York, the Queen of Non-Overwhelm plus all those other goodies you read about me on the Overview page.

And I’m pumped that you clicked through to the ‘Groups’ info.

‘Cause that means you and your team are serious about achieving goals.

This isn’t one of those $20,000 programs where you waste your time and don’t learn much.

I work with your small group online every week as we progress through my step-by-step process to goal success.

So … let’s take a look at what’s included in the workshops.

Then you can decide if this is the right training for your team.


Common sense, functional approach


Small group support system


Seven weekly live online workshops

Seven lessons with me    |   Live (online) training    |   Discussion time each week

Here’s what’s included …


General Information

We meet for seven (consecutive) weekly 90-minute sessions.

If you have only 60 minutes each time, that’s OK. Our first hour = updates to the team and workshops. The additional bonus live Open Forum is for extra discussion … not new training. Attend the Forum when you can.

As your group progresses, you’ll discover the importance of having – and supporting – accountability partners in this endeavor. You might even overcome self-doubt and fear of change when you follow this program’s easy, repeatable techniques for reaching goals. They work!

When the training is complete, you’ll have an actionable,
personalized blueprint for setting and reaching achievable goals

Session 1

We get to know each other a bit and then dive into a hands-on exercise to discover what we really want. A good start as we each identify our #1 achievable goal to pursue at this time. (Yep! me too!)

Then we use a workshop to go beyond SMART objectives, taking steps to ‘speficic-ize’ our goal. There’s no question about the direction to take from the very first lesson.

What you learn here anchors the program for you.

Session 2

Proven principles apply with my repeatable Ducks-in-Rows Strategic Goals Plan process. This is the start of your personalized goals blueprint. My copyrighted exercises are unique to the Blueprint training.

You begin creating your actionable goals strategy, tailoring the plan for you. Promise!

We complete this portion of the course in Session 3.

Session 3

Today, we finish the Ducks-in-Rows Strategic Goals Plan exercises, where you’ve created your Blueprint for achieving goals. You’re exercising your blueprint as you work on your #1 goal, creating habits you can use again and again after course completion.

And along the way, we’ve all bonded a bit more with our accountability partners. Suh-weet!

The team also begins an enlightening ongoing project this week. (There is minimal effort outside of class.) We’ll share some of our results during Session 5.

Session 4

After three hard-hitting weeks, it’s time to s.l.o.w. down! (I am all about non-overwhelm, after all cool).

We discuss how two famous people landed at the same fascinating historic site … because they s.t.r.a.t.e.g.i.z.e.d the goals to get them there.

We share what stood out for us in our reading, how we mirror (or not) the teams’ approaches, and what we learned from them. Maybe even: how we’ll use their strategies to help us reach our #1 goal!

Session 5

This time, volunteers share their results from the ongoing experiment started during Session 3.

We also take a (perhaps eye-opening) look at what motivates each of us. Surprises included! Volunteers share some of their results

This is one of my favorite meetings and always makes me wish we had more time together. There’s definitely some bonding goin’ on this week!

Session 6

Today, we discuss how our past – as kids or in the workforce – can derail or help us as we try to reach goals.

We talk about ways to dump limiting beliefs and embrace empowering ones. And don’t worry … you haven’t heard it all before, and there’s no weird kitsch or creepy stuff here.

I’ll share a sweet experience, from my teen years, that could have become a limiting (negative) belief. What? Yep! I bet something similar has happened to you, too.

Session 7

It’s time for our Wrap Up. There’s a bunch to get done as we review our blueprint process. We may need the entire 90 minutes for the training portion of the meeting. There is no Open Forum planned this week.

The only bad thing about this meeting? It’s our last.

You won’t leave it without feeling better about yourself. And you’ll see your accomplishments here are not a one-time thing.

The Goals Accountability Blueprint is yours to use again and again!

“Sounds amazing. What’s our investment?” [USD]


“You put a twist on goals setting that is familiar but new.”

~ Ken BraytonWordPress developer

“Just getting things written down and then being held accountable helped me get the goal done!”

~ Karen EstrinChick in Charge at LocalWerx
Affordable marketing solutions with monthly support and an easy-to-use platform

“I found fresh approaches to goals here and especially liked having the bonus 1:1 session with my coach.”

~ Danielle Hamlet |Social media and email marketing

“Let’s do this! What’s next for my group, Kathie?”


I accept 5-8 students as a training group, with each learner registering separately.

This makes the effort easy peasy for group leaders!

Payments are processed immediately after a student accepts the course Terms and Conditions.

A receipt and Welcome message will then zip through cyberspace to the registrant.

Let’s chat !

We’ll discuss your timing and see how this can work for you.
No obligation, and no slimy, icky sales pitch

Feel free to email me to begin the discussion.

Please let me know

  • The total number of people (minimum 5, maximum 8) in your group. Don’t forget to count yourself! (Yeah … I’ve been there.)
  • The day of the week that works best for 7 sessions over 7 weeks.*
  • Your preferred time of day for 90 minutes of training.*

Once you’ve polled your group for the best day and time,
you and I will work together to make it happen
or find a suitable alternative.

* [U.S., Eastern time zone] Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00 am. to 5:00 p.m. are my usual training days and times available, but we can work around that if necessary. (Australia … gotcha covered cool)


Lingering Questions?

"Should we read your book before we take this course?"

Everything I do is about a concept and word I created: “non-overhwhelm”

This course is no different, and we zone in on a few of my 7 Steps to Non-overwhelm as we work. (Step 8 is only available in the book.)

BUT: I explain as we go, and your team won’t be lost if you haven’t read the book/workbook.


Having said that, my readers are excited about my small-but-mighty quick read and how it helped them reach non-overwhelm.

I’d love to have you check it out at Welcome to Non-Overwhelm! It takes 1-2 hours to read.

Yep. I even non-overwhelmed the book. cool

"Will you show us how to set up our daily schedules, like in the book?"

You’re referring to Step 2: Set up your process. In that section, creating a weekly schedule is part of the conversation.

Since every person’s needs are different, we won’t have time to work on that during our group sessions.

However, this is a great place to take advantage of your bonus 1:1 time with me.

"I can't attend all the meetings. Should I sign up, anyway?"

Since the lessons build on one another, committing to all seven meetings is crucial. Plus, the accountability partners factor includes all of us supporting one another as we journey through the weeks.

If there will be planned ‘misses,’ this may not be a good time for you to attend.

"How long will it take me to reach my #1 goal?"

I don’t know!

Some students set a big goal as their #1, while others go smaller. I’ve created a logical, uncomplicated, step-by-step process to (a) select the goal to work on n.o.w. and then (b) follow the steps to achieve it.

Even if reaching your #1 goal takes longer than our 7 weeks together, that’s OK!

You’ll still have the process ‘down,’ and can use it after your initial training is complete.

"Do you guarantee my success in this program?"

I guarantee I will deliver my usable, step-by-step, repeatable system for setting and achieving goals.
What students do with the information is out of my control (!) and I cannot guarantee a ‘win’ for everyone.

Success factors for the Goals Accountability Blueprint training include having:

    • A realistic goal to pursue, though you may not achieve it during our time together.
    • A quiet place to faithfully attend the meetings (uninterrupted) and complete the assignments.
    • An engaging, helpful attitude as you interact with your accountability partners.

Still not sure if it’s right for your group?

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