By Sam Silverstein
Responsibility isn't really a final result ... it is your aggressive advantage!Early within the Minnesota Twins 2009 exhibition season, Twins supervisor Ron Gardenhire found a observe on his table from Justin Morneau, his superstar first baseman. It learn: “Gardy: I forgot to run sprints after the routines the day before today; i'm fining myself.” subsequent to the word used to be a hundred-dollar bill.Entrepreneur, writer, and speaker Sam Silverstein asks: Is Justin Morneau responsible simply because he is a star or is he a megastar simply because he is accountable?In not more Excuses, Silverstein identifies the 5 Accountabilities shared by way of all really winning humans and organizations. • exhibits why responsibility offers companies and participants the aggressive edge • the right way to instill responsibility through the enterprise • How the 5 Accountabilities can help either values and strategic intent. • comprises interviews with 50 conscientiously selected responsibility Masters from six continents and all walks of life—including teachers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and corridor of status athletes.No extra Excuses additionally positive factors online assets for imposing and reinforcing all the 5 Accountabilities every day. learn it—and extend your personal responsibility sector!
Read Online or Download No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth PDF
Similar personal finance books
Why do schools expense a lot? huge capital spending give you the top amenities, school, and recreation facilities and groups to maintain wealth alumni donors chuffed. Universities wish to spice up their nationwide score by means of spending on high-speed web entry, new gyms, live performance halls, and higher pupil housing.
As businesses reorganize and reengineer, millions of individuals are discovering themselves tossed into administration each day. the major to good fortune is coping with successfully either up and down the road of the association. And unexpectedly accountable presents this new angle with books in a single: learn it one path and you will find the entire assistance and instruments you must deal with down and identify credibility along with your group; turn the e-book over and you will find good fortune recommendations for handling up, the main to coping with your acceptance and your occupation.
A lot of what's written approximately growing old has a damaging think to it, that's not at all fullyyt unjustified. wellbeing and fitness may possibly start to fail. funds might develop into tighter as source of revenue dwindles or stops altogether. friends and family could circulation away or circulation on. however the retirement years should not have to be unfavourable or bleak.
- Consumer Credit, Debt and Bankruptcy: Comparative and International Perspectives
- 202 Ways to Supplement Your Retirement Income
- The Medical Bill Survival Guide: Easy, Effective Strategies for People Experiencing Financial Hardship
- Practice Made (More) Perfect: Transforming a Financial Advisory Practice into a Business
Additional info for No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth
In time for my speech was $10,000. I now had a $10,000 question: What am I accountable for—and to whom? Was I going to pick one commitment over the other, or was I going to write the check? Every time I thought about letting one or the other of those commitments slide, I thought about the guy who’d be looking back at me from the bathroom mirror each morning, and I knew I was going to have to face that guy. I wrote the check. M. on Thursday the seventeenth, I watched my daughter walk across the stage, with her head held high and a smile that could light up North America, to receive her diploma.
Helping others stay accountable to themselves. This is what happens when people help each other to become more self-accountable. It’s part of what I call an Accountability Circle: a group where each person has the implied right to help someone else in the group do a better job of maintaining commitments to themselves. This group is also known as a Mastermind Group. I think everyone should have a group like this. None of us is perfect. Just as we all need a pat on the back from time to time, we all need reinforcement when it comes to creating zones of accountability.
Other people may be responsible for making some decisions that affect us, but ultimately, we are the ones who are responsible for how we respond and how we react. That doesn’t mean everything we do is going to succeed, of course, but it does mean we accept full accountability for what is actually happening in our world and for how things work in our lives. I really believe that I am responsible for how Canada Wide works and what I do in the community. That is entirely up to me. —Peter Legge MOVING BEYOND THE EXCUSE What is an excuse?