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Step 7 of Building a Better Business: Elevating Success through Accountability

Posted by: Glenn Sharp on

Breaking the cycle of unmet resolutions requires more than good intentions—it demands accountability. With approximately 80% of New Year’s resolutions faltering, securing someone to hold you to account becomes paramount for achieving your business goals.

The key to completing committed actions lies in granting someone the authority to follow up persistently. Whether it’s a personal trainer ensuring your 6 am gym sessions or an accountant checking your progress every 90 days, accountability is a game-changer.

In the realm of coaching, toughness breeds success. Consider the coaching dynamics of a winning sports team—hard coaches yield robust results. Similarly, in business, having a coach with the fortitude to enforce accountability and uphold consequences for inaction is crucial.

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A soft coach may empathise but is more likely to accept excuses, while a hard coach prioritises results over excuses. If genuine goal achievement is your aim, seek accountability from a coach who challenges inaction, encourages achievement, and guides you toward success. We’re here to help you on this transformative journey.

“A coach is someone who tells you what you don’t want to hear, and has you see what you don’t want to see, so you can be who you have always known you can be.” – Tom Landry

On Tuesday 13 February from 8-9am, Sharp Accounting will be running our Building a Better Business in 10 Steps Seminar. This will be held at our offices here in Ballarat. Click here to find out more and register at no cost.

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