A woman settles down into the dentist chair.
The dentist hovers over her to begin his work.
She reaches out to gently squeeze his private parts and says,
“We’re not going to hurt each other, are we!”
To which he replies.
“I’ll do the best I can but there will be some discomfort, so go easy on me!”
So, too, with account-ability.
Managers often avoid “sweaty-armpit” account-ability conversations. They don’t want to experience the wrath that usually blows back at them.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
Most of the pain and hurt feeling over account-ability issues are a result of managers not being highly skilled in engaging in account-ability conversations.
But with skill the process can be less painful.
We want to work with people
Account-Ability is . . .
Finding success is all about taking action.
You can read all you want.
But nothing will happen until you execute.
Go do the one small thing that you’ve been avoiding.
Take the one small action that will get your ball rolling toward success.
Then come back here to get into this fantastic personal account-ability process that will change your life. for the better.
All I ask is that you leave a comment of what you’ve done (sort of like a pledge), and let’s see how much you can get done today.
That’s why – today – I’m cutting this post short.
Instead of reading my content, I’m asking you to do something for your Self – right now.
Do something for your personal or business or life that will get you moving forward and help you reach your goals.
All I ask is that you leave a comment of what you’re about to do (sort of like a pledge), and let’s see how much we can all get done today
I’ll post Part 2 next week.
Dr. Jim Sellner, PhD., DipC. is owner of Subject2Change Mentoring Inc – the ONLY company that uses new technologies to individualize learning – with personalized 1-2-1 virtual executive coaching sessions.