Why Have an Accountability Partner
Have you ever heard about a successful self-study program of Alcoholics’ Anonymous or Narcotics’ Anonymous program?
No, their success completely depends on addicts working with an accountability partner called a “sponsor.”
Would a fitness trainer let you to lie about your weight, the number of reps you completed, or the calories you ate? NO!
Successful fitness trainers demand transparency. They expect our best effort. A healthier longer life is the result of having this kind of accountability partner.
Why not have accountability partners in other areas of our lives?
The truth is that many of us refuse living authentically especially when someone else is watching. Refusing authenticity from ourselves around others means refusing to be authentic to ourselves.
Why This Episode?
In this episode, we’re talking about accountability partners, how and why you should have at least one.
Ideally, you’ll have a multitude of accountability partners for different areas of your life.
You’ll learn how having a trusted adviser can help you maintain personal and professional integrity, or provide accountability in reaching your goals.
We will also discuss what it would take from you to get the most out of having someone holding your feet to the fire, the do’s and don’ts that is.
In the end, it’s all up to you though on how far you want to go in life and how you will allow people to help get you there.
Is it an improved marriage, climbing the corporate ladder, writing that first novel, or accomplishing some that people never thought you could but you always want to do? Listen to this episode, and check out the links below.
Share in the comments below, what is it that you want to accomplish and how can an accountability partner help get you there?
Why You Should Find an Accountability Partner by Jason Zook (Inc.com)
Forget Mentors, Find an Accountability Partner by Leigh Stringer (QuietRev.com)
Why an Accountability Partner is Your Secret Weapon to Faster Growth by Stephanie Vozza (Entrepreneur.com)
10 Steps to Finding a Great Accountability Partner by Luke Gilkerson (CovenantEyes.com)