Hold Your Feet To The Fire, A Lesson On Accountable Accountability, Part 2
Accountable Accountability can be applied in every aspect of your life: personally, professionally, and socially. Each of these areas in life offers a different opportunity for Accountable Accountability. When a commitment or promise is made and your life is played out on the big stage, then it is easy for society to “Hold Your Feet to the Fire”. In everyday living, it is easy to run, hide, or avoid being responsible for your actions and activities. Accountable Accountability as a concept is easy to apply to others with pointed fingers, yet most forego that the finger is attached to a thumb pointed at you. “Holding Your Feet To The Fire” by Accountable Accountability is an equal opportunity concept to be shared by all and spared by few.
Accountable Accountability is personal. Each person has the ability to take a personal inventory of their actions and activities. What you promise to do, when you promise to do it, where you promise to do it, who you promise to make it happen, and how you promise to do it? This is a simple checklist that in essence, “Holds Your Feet To The Fire”. We can set goals and commit to seeing them through to completion. In your personal development, Accountable Accountability should be applied in generous portions.
Accountable Accountability is professional. In your career and in your workplace, Accountable Accountability is useful as you take professional inventory. Your career and your work environment are elements of your livelihood. How you get your work completed, what you do to get your work completed, when you complete your work, where you get your work completed and who makes sure you complete your work? Again this is a simple checklist, which “Holds Your Feet To The Fire” based on your performance. Accountable Accountability is associated with your skills, your knowledge, and your drive is critical to your ability to complete the tasks.
Accountable Accountability is social. Your interactions and encounters with others involve Accountable Accountability as you take a social inventory. Family, friends, and associates are connectors in your daily living. Who are you involved with socially, what are you involved in socially, when are you socially involved, where are you socially involved, and how are you socially involved? In some cases, people we are related to or acquainted with socially tend to have little or no problem “Holding Your Feet To The Fire”. Receiving clear Accountable Accountability is sometimes hard to achieve when dealing with due to emotions and when others do not want to hurt your feelings.
Accountable Accountability is has a way of showing up in your life and making its presence known. Inventory on a personal, professional or social level is a gauge to measure if you are staying committed to yourself, your career and your family and friends. Continue to use the avenues of who, what, when, where, and how to see if you are on course. It could very well be time to reach out and apply a little more pressure as you “Hold Your Feet To the Fire”. Accountable Accountability is a valuable lesson for all to learn. 5/18/10
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Yolanda Clay Triplett
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mouth, sweet sounds to my ears.The
results of a love affair between
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