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Powerful questions to build accountability

  1. Am I clear about my deepest desires and goals for my life?
  2. Why do I want what I want? 
  3. What else is possible for me this year?
  4. What am I making the feelings mean, and how can I take action anyway?
  5. Am I making excuses, like, “This is too hard,” or “I don’t feel like it today?”
  6. Do I feel passionate enough about this goal? Does it wake me up in the morning with excitement?
  7. Is my vision big enough that other people want to help me achieve it?
  8. Am I putting my goals onto the calendar?
  9. Am I protecting the time I’ve scheduled and getting things done? 
  10. Am I sharing my goals with others and being out loud about my vision?


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