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Who is Holding You Accountable to Your Goals?
You Need Accountability.
Most people are really good at setting goals, but very few effectively create a realistic plan to be held accountable for achieving them. Perhaps this is because accountability is one of the hardest parts when it comes to successfully reaching goals.
If your mind-set is that you are at least 85% responsible for your own success and that just 15% depends on which way the wind blows, you’ll likely be successful. If you tend to have a negative attitude and blame all of your problems on other people, circumstances beyond your control, or just plain bad luck, you will more than likely fail.
The good news is that accountability is not just a mind-set, it’s also a skillset that everyone can learn and strengthen. Below are a few helpful tips to help you improve your own self accountability.
Get in the Right Mindset
Before setting your goals, you must identify your “why.” It is critical for you to take some time to reflect on why accomplishing this goal is important to you, and how it will impact your life. Keeping this in mind on a da