WITH SARMA ILGENGRITZ
& AARON KESTELOOT
Do you have a practice, project, or habit that you want to do consistently,
but it’s just not happening?
...And you know that if you were accountable to someone other than yourself,
it would make all the difference?
If you answered YES, this Accountability Circle is for you!
WHAT THE ACCOUNTABILITY CIRCLE IS NOT
WHAT THE ACCOUNTABILITY CIRCLE IS
A judgmental, exclusive space where you beat yourself up for not being productive or reaching your goals
A space for comparing yourself against the journey of your peers
A space dedicated just to productivity & deadlines
A non-judgmental, inclusive space where we hold each other accountable with mutual love, kindness, & compassion
A space for helping you be your best self
A growing & learning opportunity that includes communal motivation and encouragement
A space to be inspired & motivated
An investment in yourself! As well as a valuable tool that will help you in other areas of life.
JOIN FROM ANYWHERE.
We’ll meet on Zoom, Monday evenings, 7-8:00 pm,
starting on Sept 12th and ending Oct 10th, 2022.
ACCOMPLISH YOUR GOALS, NO MATTER WHAT
YOU'RE WORKING ON
We’ll share what we are up to, share structures, make promises! Then, with kindness and compassion, hold each other accountable! We’ll plan for four weeks, but leave it open ended.
CHOOSE HOW YOU WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE
Here at Althea, we believe all are welcome, and that lifting up and empowering our community, meeting people where they are, and making our gatherings, classes, and opportunities accessible to everyone, is part of our mission and calling.
The cost of our current Accountability Circles is $0.
FREE to attend and participate!
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT ACCOUNTABILITY CIRCLES:
I have loved being a part of the accountability circle! It has provided me a gentle, safe and loving space to explore my priorities, and also, what has gotten in the way of keeping promises to myself.
I have so enjoyed this weekly zoom gathering with Sarma!! She has brought out the joy of accountability, without the the self recrimination and beat up I tend to bring to it. I am able to embrace some promises I have wanted to keep for myself but seem to always manage to let them slide. Now I’m supported in a group that shares my feelings, agenda, and that helps to keep me on track.
Sarma and the group bring inspirational ideas and and ongoing encouragement which is what I needed in a good humored and caring way. I look forward to our meeting each week!! Thank you, Sarma and my group mates that help keep this program happening!! Please join us on this fun journey!
- Judith W.
Sarma's Accountability Circle was fantastic! First, it was fun! Second, it was a safe place to share and be vulnerable with both my successes and "so called failures". Third, we went deep and I ended up learning so much more than I expected to learn from all the sharing that we did.
- Rudite J.
The group was much more than I expected. I did get the support I was looking for related to some concrete goals, but there was also a lot of wisdom shared among the members as well as outside resources for self-reflection and personal growth.
- Stephanie F.
I took Sarma’s Accountability Circle because I wanted to write, but I was not writing due to inertia, laziness, self-doubt, distractions too numerous to list. Sarma’s group was great; I learned much from the other participants. People’s stories and issues and the compassion we showed each other was wonderful. By the end of the four weeks, I was a writing demon. A month later I met with a publisher for a 2 book contract.
Sarma’s compassionate leadership, insightful observations and deep, personal sharing made this group enjoyable and successful. I’m very grateful to her and the participants.
- Rick K.
Accountability Circle Co-Facilitator
I've had 20+ years experience with groups where promises, declarations, and being held accountable were at the core of our work. If I tell you I will arrive at 10:13, you can know I'll be there at 10:13.
Being a mother and grandmother has taught me that everything works best when kindness, compassion, and fun are present. I'm good at seeing the best in people, and my joy is hearing others speak their truth and be enlivened by it.
I want to support YOU on your journey and show you that, yes, accountability can be fun! I hope you join me.
I'm rooting for you!
Accountability Circle Co-Facilitator
Aaron Kesteloot is over the moon at having this opportunity to work with such an extraordinary group of people. Aaron has spent the last three years working diligently on improving his personal accountability and can't wait to take this next step.