Saturday, 24 January 2015

Build accountability for successful execution

Most people with reasonable maturity and experiential learning, develop the sense for right and wrong for themselves, and subconsciously know the direction. This is the genesis of good intents that people struggle to translate into action. They realise the repercussions of forward movement and even dream about the outcomes. It is at this stage that execution becomes a big pitfall for most.

Successful execution requires accountability and once that commitment happens, execution barriers are overcome. Think of a simple alarm or a reminder that ensures we get into requisite action, and in time. Imagine what accountability can do to the process of positive change in lives of those who support their intents with accountability, and will to act. To know more about accountability for execution, visit ( )

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