When it comes to getting things done and making them happen, daily accountability can help you. The routines you set will help you build habits, reduce or eliminate uncertainty, and give you structure. And if I have learned one thing over the years talking with creatives like myself, that routine and structure stop us from flittering around and getting stuff done.
At the beginning of this year, I started a daily accountability space inside The Den and I am loving the experience.
As I was reflecting on January, I realized that I got a lot done and started developing some habits I feel really good about – like working out every day, even though there were a few days where I fell off on doing that. It allowed me the space to look at what’s working and what isn’t and adjust accordingly moving forward. In the same process, I learned is to not be so hard on myself in the process of showing up and doing *all* the things.
But I also saw that I am progressing and hitting some of my goals because of the accountability. I have reached money goals, content creating goals, and creative goals.
Here’s the thing though, if you don’t have a daily plan you can’t evaluate your progress, check-in with yourself to see how it’s going, and keep being stuck on that procrastination hamster wheel.
It’s one thing to share your goals publicly – which I encourage you to do like that kind of accountability can help you stay motivated – but it’s also great to share with others what we are working on each day.
There’s something that happens when you make your accountability public – you take action. When you commit to your goals in such a way, you leave little room for fear and doubt!
I invite you to join me in this daily accountability and let’s see what you can achieve in the next 30 days!