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Usually, when we run into a challenge, we focus most of our effort on changing what we do…and we make little or no effort to change the way we think. Yet the power of thinking far outstrips the effects of doing. It is only when we change the way we think that we change what we do in a sustainable way. This is a key principle of accountable leadership: Action always follows belief. If you

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Who You Are Is the Action You Take in Support of Your Purpose

Accountable leaders never tire of asking themselves a tough question: Who am I, really? They know the answer to that question is always going to be rooted, not in what they say about themselves, but in the actions that they choose to take. These leaders know their actions do one of two things: they either demonstrate full commitment to their chosen purpose in life … or they demonstrate commitment to something else. Recently, I was

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Gratitude

Gratitude is an essential trait of being an accountable leader. Listen as Sam shares on the importance of having this trait and how it applies to making accountable decisions!

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Taking The Next Step

Sometimes taking the next step means taking a huge step! Listen as Sam shares on the importance of knowing what it is right even when it is unclear of what the next step is!

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Trusting In Character

Having great character and stewardship is important for a leader in making decisions. Listen as Sam shares on what happens when a leader has trust in character and stewardship.

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