Accountability turns pain into peace.
— Amy Jalapeño
Hello and welcome. My name is Milli Thornton and I’m an accountability coach.
I’ve been helping writers for 18+ years. One of the main issues has always been accountability. The more I worked with writers, the more adept I became at helping them finish what they set out to do.
One day a woman working on a project that had her frustrated called me out of the blue. Even though her project wasn’t about getting writing done, she asked me to be her coach. Her project sounded fun (but not to her!) so I took it on. That was the beginning of acting as an accountability coach for goals or projects that people need help with.
After a conversation where one client said “You’re saving my marriage!” I decided it would not be so far-fetched to call myself an accountability doctor. I hope that makes you smile, and also gives you hope.
Even if you don’t see your project or goal on the list, go ahead and request the free consultation and we’ll explore together how I can help you.
* Writers may also be interested in my ebook, Time Management for Writers.
“When all your family and friends are tired of hearing you whine about your unfinished project, it’s time to hire an accountability coach! My poor husband couldn’t take it anymore. My friends’ response was “Are you still working on that project?” My grown children would roll their eyes and say “Just finish it already!!!” But the more I procrastinated, the worse it became. Thank goodness I found Milli Thornton to act as my accountability coach. She has been a miracle worker on my behalf. I don’t know what I would have done without her. She has been with me through all my ups and downs on this project, helping me stay focused on the goal, and to not lose heart. Now I look forward to starting my tasks, instead of dreading them. When I finish this project, I’ve asked Milli to help me transition to my real passion, which is art. I have had artist-block issues in the past, so I’m counting on her assistance to help me overcome any procrastination that might arise, leading me to eventually becoming a self-motivated, productive painter!”