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Stinky Attitude; Stinky Results

Stinky Attitude; Stinky Results

Your attitude really stinks! No, not yours, but there are certain individuals out there who display stinky attitudes that you, and I would love to say, “Hey, your attitude leaves a lot to be desired. However you know, if you were to mention their attitude, they would...

Do You Compare Yourself To Others?

Do You Compare Yourself To Others?

Audio Attached   Psst, is this you?   Comparing ourselves to family, friends, neighbors or colleagues is an act that some lack the awareness they are even doing it. The point of this article is to tell you one viewpoint you can practice, so you stop...

Why Some Leaders Will Never Find Happiness

Why Some Leaders Will Never Find Happiness

You're obviously not happy. Why? You have dreams, but they are simply dreams. Instead of experiencing love and closeness with friends and family, which you heartily wish, your heart is saturated with discontent, anger and hatred. You’re allowing you inner critic to...

JUST LOVE

JUST LOVE

Hi Leadership Peeps, Writing on my Blog is long overdue, and I missed it. However, the great news is I have been busy, busy, busy enjoying the great life I created for myself. Life was not always so exceptional, but now I am grateful beyond words. Can I get a whoop,...

Principle #1: Accountablilty

Principle #1: Accountablilty

 Principles are a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or a chain of reasoning. What precisely does this definition mean? Principles govern our actions. Or to put the meaning another way, principles are an...

Leadership Tip #1

Leadership Tip #1

Are you leveraging your time and energy to achieve your set goals? Most individual start with  most of their energy in the morning.   Tip: Schedule every task at the time of day you have your most energy. ♥...

Patricia is someone everyone respects. Her team members are fiercely loyal, and they are highly successful as individuals, and as a team. In contrast, other leaders in the organization report that their people seem disengaged. They experience high staff turnover and...

In the book you will learn:-10 practices to emanate self-mastery-5  leadership skills to assist leaders with managing difficult situations-5 forms of Power-4  leadership styles to lead more powerfully-The importance of concepts such as self-actualization and...

Transformational Leadership is the Answer

Patricia is someone everyone respects. Patricia is someone everyone respects. Her team members are fiercely loyal and they are highly successful as individuals, and as a team. In contrast, other leaders in the organization report that their people seem disengaged....

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Transformational Leadership

Leadership: A DefinitionAccording to the idea of transformational leadership, an effective leader is a person who does the following:Creates an inspiring vision of the future.Motivates and inspires people to engage with that vision.Manages delivery of the...

Coming the second week of January.  The Leadership Mastery Academy presents: How Profressional  Women Can Achieve That Next Promotion.You will learn:How a Code of Honor can differentiate you from the competition.How it is necessary to fix past relationships...

Principles are a fundamental truth or proposition that serve as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or a chain of reasoning. What precisely does this definition mean and why are they important? Principles govern our behavior. Principles are an Internal Guiding Positioning System (GPS). They can either drive you in the right or wrong direction. These definition is why you must to enter the correct coordinates or, in this case, pick the right principles to direct you correctly. You want to be answerable not only for better consequences, but to built qualities. These results can include making added friends because people admire you or remarkable success at work behavior boss loves your work ethics. The positive outcomes are infinite. My success occurred because of particular principles, which I want to share with you in the upcoming few blog post. I live by ten fundamental and simple principle. So let us begin For today’s blog the first principle I choose is accountability.

 

ac·count·a·bil·i·ty
əˌkoun(t)əˈbilədē/
noun
  1. the fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility.
    “their lack of accountability has corroded public respect”
    synonyms: responsibility, liability, answerability

    “there must be accountability for the expenditure of every public cent”

Taking accountability is difficult. It is tough for people because they believe accountability means having to admit that they are wrong. Admitting to being wrong is not the definition. Taking responsibility means when the outcome or circumstance did not turn out the way you desired it, you are not you are not content with that result, you take accountability to achieve different results. For example, your boss and you are continuously bickering. He is rude, condensing, or a terrible leader. Not that your boss is right. You are simply taking accountability to not have to tolerate that conduct any longer and set up a plan and act to change or improve it. I can instantly hear someone say, “accountability is not that simple there are additional factors involved.” Yes! You are right, dealing with a difficult boss when you need your job is not that easy. But, if we never accept accountability to change that outcome, we suffer that outcome forever. Accountability in this example can mean brainstorming a plan and taking action on that plan. Your boss will never change his ways, so do not wait for them to change or try to force them to change. Although I mentioned, accountability is not admitting to right or wrong if we can acknowledge to right or wrong words or actions, this action is a higher form of accountability. This form is just as hard, but the results are additionally fantastic. Do not think. How about the time someone admitted being wrong? How did you view the person who admitted to the wrongdoing. Did you have a higher level of respect? did your relationship improve? Well, respect is what another person will display towards you if you admit to being wrong. Now hopefully I have convinced you that the principal of accountability is essential and can bring you extraordinary results in your life, career or business. Start now taking responsibility for your words, actions and life. Here are a few areas to become accountability: Finishing tasks, Keeping your appointments, Arriving on time, Keeping your word to a friend, Keeping your promises, Paying bills, Conflict with friends, family or superiors. In sum, taking responsibility for your words or actions in any given situation or circumstance is accountability. We can do such by asking the question: next time, what action can I take or words can I say to produce the outcome I desire?


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