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Holding Yourself Accountable w/ Jim Hacking and Tyson Mutrux 466
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When you’re faced with a scenario like this, how can you hold yourself accountable?

In this episode, Jim and Tyson discuss spot-checking yourself for accountability. 

There are often a million things running through your mind when something like this happens. Start by identifying the problem and then begin looking for solutions. It may not always be about putting a better system in place.

It’s important to think about the process and the things that need to be fixed. When you find that the ball has been dropped, review your operations and build in what is necessary to prevent this from happening again in the future.

2:27 how to keep people accountable

6:02 our system doesn’t have alarm bells

10:21 start to finish

14:22 that’s how it’s framed

17:51 my biggest concern

20:37 file reviews on a regular basis

Jim’s Hack: There’s a huge difference between having nothing on your calendar and having one thing on your calendar. Have big blocks of time away from the office where you can focus and do the high-level work that only you can do.

Tyson’s Tip: Write down the different lessons learned in a journal to give to your children when they’re older. Fill it with wisdom to pass along the way so they can treasure it forever.

🎥 Watch the full video on YouTube.

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