"You are the most important thing in your business because you are the driver to get the things that you want to get done.” - Eleshia Harris
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word ‘accountability’?
Like many others, you probably think of business accountability. Saying that you’ll do something, then following through and getting it done. Taking responsibility for your actions, behaviour, performance, and decisions when you’re running your business and ensuring your projects and ideas reach their full potential. Pushing yourself forward to achieve your dreams.
But it can also refer to our personal lives. Making sure we are there when our kids need us, that we get those essential tasks ticked off our lists, finding time for self-care and all the other responsibilities that we have.
If we don’t keep ourselves accountable, we won’t keep our heads above water. We won’t be able to care for ourselves, our families, and our businesses to the best of our abilities.
That’s why, if we want to achieve real, meaningful success, we need to focus on accountability.
But that doesn’t mean that you have to beat yourself up to get it all done. Nor do you need to sacrifice your sanity or in the process.
You simply need to take your time to reflect, understand, and learn from the mistakes you made in the past. This episode is going to help you do exactly that.
I’ll be talking about what I do to keep myself accountable and explain exactly what external accountability means. You’ll learn how to live more harmoniously by spending more time looking after yourself while building your business and ensuring that you don’t get burnt out!
So what are you waiting for? Listen to the full episode today!
If you’re an entrepreneur who’s looking for an accountability partner or a business bestie, feel free to join us at our Autumn Academy here - www.eleshialifestyle.com/e-lifestyle-implementation-summer-school-2cc02666-2244-4e7e-aedb-5ff007f03894.
Click this link for the full show notes: www.eleshialifestyle.com/blog/episode-23-why-accountability-counts.