EPISODE 128: THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCOUNTABILITY, WITH STACY TUSCHL

 

Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success.

Today we’re going to be talking about the importance of accountability and having key people in your life that can help you do that.

Some highlights include:

When you commit to something while having other people hold you accountable, you’re going to get more done than ever before. (minute 1:00)

When you find somebody that’s like-minded and on the same mission to take their business and life to that next level, it can do some incredible things for your business. (minute 3:00)

For the last 11 years, I’ve always had a coach. I’ve made a commitment to myself that I was going to find someone who was doing what I wanted to do that could help me get there faster. When I decided to start an online business, I went to a small workshop to learn from someone who was killing it in the online space. Following someone who knows what they're doing is better than starting it alone. (minute 4:00)

Find an accountability partner who you check in with every single week. Share your wins with them, your learning lessons (don’t call them losses), what you’re working on, and your goals for next week. The best advice I can give you is to find a go-getter. Find someone you admire and you know is always doing big stuff, somebody who you think “can I keep up with them?” (minute 5:00)

Join a mastermind group -- a group of people who have a common objective in mind and they work together to achieve it. I’ve been involved in many mastermind groups throughout the years and I 100% believe that you need to get involved. (minute 6:00)

 

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Stacy Tuschl