ac·me /ˈakmē/: noun; the highest point or stage; peak
A.C.M.E. is an acronym coined by Gina Mollicone-Long, the creator of Greatness U, to capture a collection of modern mechanistic performance models that are designed to help others get to the next level faster and with less effort.
By definition, a mechanistic model is one that enables us to understand a complex system by examining the workings of its individual parts and the manner in which they are connected.
A.C.M.E. is not a coaching tool in and of itself. Rather, A.C.M.E. is a foundation upon which any coaching technique can be made to be more effective by focusing on the processes producing successful results versus the content of the results themselves. Anyone who does any type of coaching or anyone trying to achieve new results would benefit from using the A.C.M.E. framework.
There are seven (7) mechanistic models that we use at Greatness U to help people get results faster and with less effort.
The first three (3) mechanisms were developed by our Master Trainer, Gina Mollicone-Long.
Understanding the fundamentals of change allow people to get from A to ACME faster and with less effort.
This mechanism illustrates that the process of getting results actually starts in the mind-body. Therefore, we need to work to optimize the mind-body in order to achieve results faster and with less effort.
This mechanism allows us a deep dive into the mind-body to optimize the three components of the mind-body that lead to better results faster and with less effort.