Benefits of Having an Accountability Partner

You perform better under observation. People make better choices and perform at a higher level when they know they are being watched by others. When you're held accountable for your actions, you'll work harder.

  • You get honest feedback from others. Asking questions is one of the best ways to get feedback on a specific goal. Everyone views a matter differently based on their own past experiences, knowledge, and education.

  • It forces you to follow through on commitments. Accountability both internally and externally is an important aspect of achieving goals.

  • It creates firm deadlines for important tasks. Plannning is an essential part of the goal-setting process, whether you're talking about losing ten pounds or starting a new business. Without prior planning, any task is significantly more difficult to achieve.

  • Accountability keeps you grounded in reality. Being optimistic can have a positive impact on your goals. It's important to believe in yourself, even if nobody else does. But if all you do is focus on the dream, then it's easy to forget about taking action.

  • Learn from the successes and failures of others. Just talking to someone, whether it be a mentor or coach, gives you opinions and real life experiences to help you avoid pitfalls that could cost you time, money, or both.

  • It prevents little problems from turning into big ones. Accountability partners often act as a second pair of eyes on your challenge. They are there to give you a kick in the butt to take care of any problem before it completely derails your progress toward a goal.

So who is YOUR accountability parter?




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