PAC for Success

Organize Your Options Video Overview

Open for: Interactive Workshop 

Design – Decide – Declare and Do!


To identify the actions and perspectives that will close power gaps, generate progress and have the greatest impact on our success! 

PAC for Success

“PAC” is the acronym of the four cornerstones to transformation

Progressive Achievement Checklist

Perpetual Action Cycles

Procedure Assessment Checklist

Perspectives, Attitudes and Commitments


Each PAC are actions or perspectives referred to as “Strategic Options”.  Members choose the options that will advance their cause and have the greatest impact on their results! 

Progressive Achievement Checklist

Monitors and Maintains Forward Progress

Success is the progressive realization of achievement! A Progressive Action Checklist is any “To do List” that identifies the priority of activities needed to be completed as you press forward with your goals and intentions.

Goal – Exercise 

Progressive Steps

  • Clearly identify your fitness goals
  • Join a gym
  • Get a physical examination
  • Have a professional trainer design a fitness program

One and done type actions. Progress is made but personal transformation hasn’t happened yet.

Perpetual Action Cycles

Strategically Calibrates Habits

These are a list of perpetual action steps that are continuously evaluated and recommitted to over several weeks – until the actions incorporate themselves into your natural patterns of behavior.

Exercise Perpetual Cycles

  • Two times a week weight training
  • Three times a week – 30 minutes of cardio
  • Two Pilates classes every week

Transformation is now in motion!

Procedure / Process Assessment Checklist

Sharpens Skill Sets and Fine-Tunes Routines

These are list of the activities that will assure the best outcomes in situations where we need to be as effective as possible.

Personal Workout Routine

  1. 30 minutes of cardio on the treadmill
  2. 15 minutes of stretching
  3. Upper body weight training
  4. Lower body weight training
  5. Core development training
  6. 10 minute cool down and stretching

Perspectives, Attitudes and Commitments 

Mental Preparation and Conditioning

Events + Mental Perspectives = Your Reality

These are a list of thought processes that strengthen our confidence and renew our resolve.What we think is who we become. We need to choose those thoughts that empower, inspire and motivate us to put forth our best to progress and achieve.

Exercise Affirmations and Visualizations

  • Exercise is my quality personal time!
  • Exercise is something I always find time to fit into my schedule.
  • I enjoy my time at the gym.
  • It feels great to have a good workout!

Mental Conditioning and Power of Commitment Training

Idea Banks

The Succession of Knowledge!

The PAC System expands into the Idea Banks in each Success Community.

This is the central collaboration of Strategic Options that have been contributed by fellow members and is managed by the Community Director.

This “Succession of Knowledge” continues to expand and grow as the members of the community expand and succeed.

Idea Bank Example: 

Goal – Developing New Business Leads
Strategic Options from Achieveopedia On-Demand Training

Progressive Action Checklist

  • Analyse Power Gaps in Master Prospecting Power Lines.
  • Identify where you are bleeding the most opportunity.
  • Have an organized system for tracking all leads.
  • List the entire scope of your product line.
  • List the benefits of your products and services.
  • List the markets that can use these benefits.
  • List all possible connecting markets.
  • Set up your PAC Action Steps and Perspectives.
  • Create and memorize Mission/Benefit Statements
  • Create a Referral Presentation Flyer.

Perpetual Action Cycles 

  • Use affirmations and visualizations daily
  • Give ten referral presentations every week
  • Five hours per week following up on referral presentations
  • Update contact tracking system once a week
  • Contact two Centers of Influence per week
  • Attend two Networking Events per month

Procedure Assessment Checklist 

How to Network a Room Checklist 

  1.    __Personal name-tag ready to go
  2.    __Have plenty of business cards in your possession
  3.    __Resource table materials or a flyer with a stand-up holder
  4.    __Arrive early, (this will help you mentally own the event)
  5.    __Expect to have a successful event.
  6.    __Know your purpose, (be careful not to lose focus)
  7.    __Mentally be prepared to be proactive in meeting people
  8.    __Be sincere, relaxed and don’t forget to smile
  9.    __Be helpful to others by introducing them to people you know
  10.    __Keep an eye out for loners who may need encouragement
  11.    __Continue to bounce a bit during the “meet and greet” period
  12.    __Be sincerely interested in what others say (actively listen)
  13.    __Sit where there is the least amount of familiar faces
  14.    __Have curiosity and power statements ready to go
  15.    __Don’t talk too much about yourself or your service
  16.    __Stay focused on your mission and don’t forget to have fun!

Possible Checks – 16   Successfully Achieved   ____   Power Gap____

 Perspectives – Attitudes – Commitments

  •  My mission is to network my services with people who can benefit from its use.
  •  I reach out to those who can benefit from my products and services.
  •  I dig the well before I thirst!
  •  I’m a lead magnet!
  •  I visualize people enjoying learning about my service.
  •  I attract people looking for my service.
  •  Networking for new leads is job security.
  •  I enjoy meeting new people.
  •  People want to introduce me to people I can help.

Idea Bank Deposit Window (Members can continue to contribute Strategic Options into the Idea Bank)