Wednesday, March 3, 2010


    Do you know what you need to do but you just don't do it?  I hear this type of comment often, especially now that our Time Management workshops are coming up next week.  "I know what I'm supposed to do to manage my time, but I just don't get around to it." 

    Have you ever had someone to hold you accountable for your actions?  A boss?  A coach?  A friend or colleague?  When you know that someone is counting on you or is pulling for you to succeed, it gives you the extra motivation to get things done.  Maybe you've had an exercise partner or a friend to help you both lose weight.  Usually this buddy system works much better than just going it alone.

    If you have a goal in mind but are having trouble doing what it takes to get there, look around for someone to help hold you accountable.  In our public workshops, we choose "Accountability Partners" at the end of each workshop.  These partners keep in touch throughout the month and help each other with the goals they have set for themselves in the workshop.  You can use this same concept in your personal or professional life also.  Find someone who truly wants to see you succeed.  We can also provide professional coaching for you.

    Think about what is most important to you.  What are your dreams and goals?  How will you get there?  Find someone to help you, and get started now.

    Until next time...

    Sheryl Tuchman