One of the most important reports we’ll ever make are personal reports, or being accountable. Accountability can at once be both humbling and empowering. It opens us up to transparency of our intentions, vulnerability in connecting and relating with others and is a spectacular breeding ground for higher learning, self-awareness and acceptance.
For better or worse, being accountable translates into making a conscious choice and opting to own our thoughts, emotions, words and actions and how they may impact others and ourselves. Continue reading