I’m focused on helping people achieve their goals. I encourage you to submit at least one goal you want to achieve this year (you can do more if you like). What brings me fulfilment is to see people fulfilling their potential in life, I’m expecting every person that submits their goals via the form below to reach 31st December 2017 and know they’ve achieved what they determined
S – specific, significant, stretching
M – measurable, meaningful, motivational
A – agreed upon, attainable, achievable, acceptable, action-oriented
R – realistic, relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented
T – time-based, time-bound, timely, tangible, trackable
5 Benefits To Having Accountability.
1. Accountability accelerates your performance. When you connect with a coach (one-on-one or in a program) you can work the kinks out of your plan, develop a sure-fire winning strategy and execute with confidence, knowing you have been guided by the best to achieve your goals.
2. Accountability helps you measure your success and progress. A good coach will help you define what success looks like and set milestones to measure your progress along the way. You can easily track how close you are to reaching your goals.
3. Accountability keeps you engaged. There are things that will come up that will distract you from your goals and take you off course. Even when you’re bored, distracted or tired, knowing that you have to answer for your progress will keep you going to the finish line.
4. Accountability will keep you responsible. When you are working with someone who pushes you to make massive changes in a short amount of time and give a report…you finally realize that you are ultimately responsible for how much progress you make every day. Accounting for your actions weekly will cause you to take a good look at yourself, start eliminating the excuses and start making deliberate actions that bring about your intended success.
5. Accountability will validate your thoughts and ideas. When you have someone to be accountable to you can silence your inner critic and bounce your ideas off someone else who can help you make sound decisions and give you constructive advice.
Start Now. Start Fast.
Creating and establishing accountability doesn’t have to be a long drawn out process. In fact, here’s three simple steps to starting your year with accountability.
1. Find a purpose partner to keep you accountable. Tell your purpose partner what you intend to do so you can be accountable. Allow them to ask you about your progress and be careful to give straight forward answers—with no excuses.
2. Become personally accountable for your success. Personal responsibility will shift your perspective and empower you to eradicate the excuses that may be holding you up.
3. Get a mentor or a coach. As I mentioned earlier, with a mentor or coach, you will accelerate your success, break through limitations and achieve much more than you ever can on your own. At some point you must consider getting this caliber of assistance to truly blast past the mediocrity and into high-level achievement.