What does it mean to be accountable? It means taking responsibility and not considering oneself the hapless victim. (If one is stopped and ticketed for driving sixty in a forty-five mile zone, is it logical to blame the police officer?) It also means creating a vision of the life most desired and working toward achieving that vision. It's not enough to be accountable; one must also be willing to put in the time.
Many years of observing individuals and organizations confirmed Cassidy's long-held belief that men and women who take responsibility for their lives and the action required to move forward are more successful and more fulfilled. But what must we do to reach that point? According to the author, an in-depth and truthful analysis of who we are-our values and beliefs-must first be undertaken. By having a clearer picture of what we believe and how we exercise those beliefs, we move one giant step closer to that ultimate state of self-satisfaction and achievement.
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