How are you doing with accountability? Have you been honest with yourself during this pandemic or are you working quite effectively in the shame and blame game? Pointing fingers back at yourself?
Were you all about making some changes while you had some down time and your calendar was going to be a bit more free? Did you have dreams of cleaning out the garage… the closet… exercise again… organize the office… the…?
Change is hard.
Accountability with ourselves is even tougher. When we try and make a change, and then rely on ourselves to get there, we are double shooting ourselves in the foot.
If you have worked with me, you know I am a biggie for awareness. Recognizing what we are good at and what we are not is the first step. If you are not good with computers and your computer is acting up or worse has a virus, you would take it to someone who knows and understands computers.
If you want to learn how to play the piano again (ME!) you might find yourself a piano teacher instead of trying to teach yourself.
This is called staying in your lane. Knowing what you are good at and what you need a little help with is being honest with yourself.
Are you feeling accountable?
I know I am good with fitness accountability. I have managed to keep myself accountable during this pandemic to work out in my basement, take walks or head to Pure Barre without anyone telling me. It’s my lane. I got this one.
A life coach is an accountability partner for the change you want to make. With out them, the odds are not in your favor. You will find, and tell yourself, a million excuses.
So what change do you want to make for you? Would you like to find a career that brings you enjoyment? Do you want to amend a friendship with a long lost family member? Are you ready to get healthy once and for all?
Drop me a note. I want to hear what you want to change for YOU. It’s time. Quit making excuses and be honest with yourself.