Accountability – 2011 “Best of the Best”

As you look back on your experiences in 2011, I encourage you to reflect on how and where you better applied the three values of the Character Triangle: Accountability, Respect, and Abundance. How much have you consciously practiced? Have you recognize how it has helped?

Key Point: The following three blogs on ACCOUNTABILITY are my candidates for “best of the best in 2011”, based on reader interest and feedback regarding the degree they stimulated thought and action. I hope you enjoy reading them again or if you missed any that you find them meaningful. Thanks for being part of the Character Triangle “Tribe.” I hope you will join me again in 2012 for a new and invigorating set of ideas and suggestions as part of the continuous journey of Character Triangle development.

Practice IS Life …Enjoy and Embrace It

Last Wishes at Last?  Why Wait?  Please Do It Now!

Fear – Hiding Cash in Tampon Boxes?

Character Move:

  1. Read one or more of the blogs again.
  2. Think about what action you took or will take as a result.
  3. Give me your feedback as to which of the three was your 2011 favorite.
  4. Share them with anyone who might value the message.

Best in the Triangle,

Lorne

 

One Comment
  1. Anna says:

    Lorne, I am reading your book. I am on Chapter Three and I very much enjoyed the foreword by my dad. You are a very talented writer and I absolutely love your writing style. By the way, I wrote a five-star review on Amazon, even though I’m only on Chapter Three! My username is oceanangel101, in case you were curious as to who reviewed your book 🙂

    I have very much of an entrepreneur mind like my father and have been nagging at him for the past five years to open up a family cafe or restaurant. I am also intrigued in many possible majors for me and find your book and the “Accountability” aspect of this blog post a huge point in my life of entreprenuer-ship and possible job-intrigue.

    Have a very merry Christmas, Lorne! Please tell your wife to have a very merry Christmas as well for me 🙂

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