Thursday, September 30, 2010
entertainment industry coach question 575: In our lecture at AFI, you talked about an accountability team. Can you elaborate?
An accountability team is a group of like-minded people, who are just as focused on your success as their own. You set goals and everyone on the team is aware of each others' goals and helps where they can and hold you accountable for the things you say you're going to do.
You can present it to people as an accountability team, or a mastermind group, or whatever name you choose. The people in the group should be focused, self-motivated, and do-ers.
You may need a leader, or a tool to keep you on track. I recommend my book And...Action! because it has 52 chapters of proven tools, strategies, and mindsets, that your team can work on together to build a strong business foundation.
Some groups break it down even further to have accountability partners within the group whom they check in with 5 days/week.
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