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World-class athletes and business professionals do not achieve and maintain greatness alone, and neither can you. Accountability is one way you can set yourself up for consistent progress on your march towards your Olympics.
So how do you choose the right peer, friend, or colleague as an accountability buddy?
Well, they should be:
It’s also important to take care of some housekeeping early on. Here are four important things to discuss prior to getting started with an accountability buddy:
This type of accountability structure will help you have "Zero Excuses"—even when it gets hard. As I’m sure you’ve experienced, the next level of success almost always gets hard.
According to Navy SEAL and Forbes contributor Brent Gleeson, "accountability breeds excellence and ensures ownership." It’s easy to see how accountability can affect your behavior. But to get more accountability in your life, you must be consistent to get consistent results.
If you want to change your behavior and achieve beyond your current circumstances, it’s time to choose and commit to a peer.
ZONED IN™ Acceleration Exercise:
Take the first step and list three friends or colleagues who might serve as good accountability buddies for you.
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