Accountability is about getting things done — lots of things, and the right things — on time. Creating a better quality of life and increasing both personal and professional success comes down to a simple starting point – are you coachable? Do you want to be even more successful – personally and professionally?
Each year, people spend thousands of dollars on books, personal development courses, seminars and coaching in hopes of finding the ‘silver bullet,’ the magic that will propel them to where they want to be, personally and professionally, yet only few actually see real results. If you find there is a gap between what you want and your current reality, professional coaching will help bridge that gap. A little accountability goes a long way. To review several ways to apply accountability in to your life go to /coaching and consider these options.
BOB NARDELLI, President and CEO of Home Depot said: “I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum capabilities.”
–FAST COMPANY MAGAZINE said: “If coaches have one thing in common, it’s that they are ruthlessly results-oriented.”
One aspect of accountability is being able to tell the truth, as you see it, even if it risks the relationship. The truth can be hard to say, it can be hard to hear; however, I believe the result of the truth is typically benefits everyone and this is one of the important facotrs of accountability. Because we are currently experiencing a fluctuating market, it has caused a lot of uncertainty for many people. Click the below link to listen to two people who are in the financial services industry, give their thoughts on this issue.