Why so many people are AFRAID of the words..................ACCOUNTABILITY and RESPONSIBILITY?
I think it's because they often go hand-in-hand with the words "stress" and "exhaustion." If you're not accountable then you don't have as much stress because you can pass the buck, so to speak, but if you're accountable for something then you will spend time worrying that it might not go well.
Because then the blame for their own failings lies in themselves.
Personal accountability is only empowering if you do the work to lift yourself up and make your life better.
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