Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Establishing accountability, part of Achieving Your Goals.
Accountability is a critical yet often overlooked component of getting…results when you set goals.…It's different than making a public commitment, as it reflects an ongoing…one-to-one relationship.…I define accountability as receiving guidance and follow-up from another…person that I trust.…By my definition, you cannot hold yourself accountable.…While you can certainly be personally responsible for the decisions that you…make, accountability requires the help of a third party.…
Perhaps you've heard a great athlete say that they're the product of great coaching.…This illustrates what I mean.…There's tremendous value in having someone who can assess what you're doing,…give you training and support, and follow up on the progress that you're making.…There are three common sources of accountability to consider.…The first are your friends, and in this, I am including your family and…possibly coworkers.…Receiving accountability from a friend is usually very convenient, because you…already know them, and it won't cost you anything, outside from perhaps a bit of…
Along the way, discover the importance of celebrating successes and reviewing your progress in order to stay motivated and establish a pattern of successful goal setting.
- Creating a vision
- Dividing to conquer
- Processing into action
- Establishing accountability
- Tracking progress