Aug 5, 2019
Starting and running a business is not easy. It takes passion, commitment, dedication, and hard work - and sometime you may not feel like doing the work you need to do to take your business to the next level. In fact, sometimes you may just be too scared to take the next bold leap that will help you achieve your goals and dreams.
On today’s episode, we’re discussing the importance of accountability and finding accountability partners. We’ll share some of the strategies we’ve used to stay accountable to ourselves, each other, and to our businesses. We’ll also share some tips on how you can find an accountability partner.
“Accountability moves mountains and makes millions.” - Kristin Ostrander
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Tips for Working with Accountability Partners:
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