If you’re a fan of the QBQ! book and follow us on social media, then you know this: We are really big proponents of PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY (PA).
We write about PA, train on PA, give keynote presentations about PA. And, like you—work hard to practice PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY at work and home.
My wife, Karen, and I even wrote a whole book on the power of accountable parenting!
But … why?
Why should someone commit to making PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY a core value? What’s the advantage, the benefit, the real “win” to doing so?
Why not just stay in the all-too-human blaming, finger-pointing, victim-thinking, and procrastinating mode? Why not let entitlement thinking creep into our lives???
Tell us. We’d like to hear from you.
Vote in our poll below. Choose from the poll’s list what you believe is the real value of living a life based on PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY:
After voting, leave a more detailed comment below with your thoughts on WHY someone—anyone—should practice PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY. We’d love to hear your opinion.
PS: And if you don’t happen follow us on social media, here’s how …