Peter Drucker once said, “what gets measured, gets managed.”
You might think it seems like a lot of extra work to worry about accountability and interacting with others as you work on goals.
But the primary benefit of accountability is you will achieve (or stick with) a goal when you receive constant feedback from others.
Beyond that, there are many other reasons why accountability has such a positive impact on personal development. In this deck, I’ll go over seven primary benefits.
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