Is Accountability Really Necessary?
I promise you accountability isn't a dirty word. Whether it be a pastor, mentor, coach, friend etc. a big part of your success and growth depends on your ability to receive the guidance, advice, and the critique of someone you trust. This ideally should be someone whom you believe has your best interest at heart, and someone who you respect. The person who holds you accountable usually has the benefit of seeing into your blind spots, and keeping you on course. When we try to overcome issues on our own, or neglect to address challenges that are keeping us stagnant we're doing ourselves an injustice. Let me share the top 3 benefits of having accountability:
Top 3 Benefits of accountability:
🔑Develop and execute winning strategies
You're able to create a plan for success and receive support in achieving it.
🔑 Keeps you engaged in the process
You're more likely to remain committed and be consistent as you do the work.
🔑Gives you a sounding board for ideas
You have a safe place to express your thoughts and feelings about any issues.
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