MOJO realizes the need to be held accountable as a solopreneur and has found her own Accountability Partner in Donna Snyder of RS Design (www.rsdesign.net). Donna created MOJO’s “refreshed” website. So, are you accountable to yourself for achieving your goals? Let’s start with a fact according to a recent University of Scranton study:
“Not having an accountable (sic) partner to help a person accomplish their goal is one reason 92% of people did not accomplish their New Year’s resolution.” Admittedly, I used to be one of the 92%.
Here’s more enlightenment from an article entitled “The Role of an Accountability Partner in Goal Achievement.” (www.goal-setting-guide.com):
“The act of accountability serves to assist you along in your journey. It requires you to accept responsibility for your actions and to stay true to your commitments.” Being a solopreneur is isolating and staying focused becomes a daily challenge. I get it.
MOJO believes that the following sentences from the same article will help in your decision to work with an Accountability Partner:
“During your search for an accountability partner, keep in mind that the right person should be someone who will challenge, engage and evoke a sense of accomplishment in you. This person should be somebody you admire and who has accomplished what you are trying to accomplish.”
MOJO may or may not be that person. Just know that her tendency to procrastinate has dissipated with a lot of help from her Accountability Partner. Let’s talk.
I'm Carolyn Monjoi of MOJO Consulting. I've recently shifted my focus from helping entrepreneurs to working with women, seasoned women, to help them find a contented, fun and blissful life.