The Accountability Blog

Month: April 2012

Understanding Your Personal Value Statement

I recently had an MRI done on my knee. The doctor wanted to see what was going on in there. I was having some pain and once he could see what was going on in there, he knew what to prescribe to solve the problem. I sort of wondered, do we ever take an MRI on our value system, do we know what’s going on in there? I talked to people all over the world

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Wisdom Through the Ages

Recently, the world’s oldest man, Walter Breuning passed away. He was 114 years old. Prior to his passing, he shared some of his wisdom and insights on how to not only live a long life but to live a quality life. There were three things in particular that caught my attention. Number one, he said, embrace change even if change slaps you on the face, to embrace it, that it’s good. I believe that well,

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Better Expectations

Communicating with people in business is critical. Proper communication leads to excellent results. Improper communication or lack of communication means that we’re probably not going to get the results that we need. One important way to communicate is by establishing the right expectations. We are in fact accountable to establish those expectations. Expectations help drive results. Your team members will work towards those expectations that you together created. Those expectations will motivate them, it will

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Why You Will Be the Next Super Achiever

We open the newspaper or a magazine or we read online all the time about people who are doing amazing things, they’re achieving at a high level, they are the next super achiever. Well, you can be the next super achiever if you had these things in place. First of all, know your strategic intent. Know what it is that you want to achieve because when you know what you want, it’s easier to figure

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