No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth

No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth By Sam Silverstein ✸ – Tbjewellers.co.uk Accountability is not a way of doing Accountability is a way of thinking Those who achieve greatness know true accountability makes all the difference between success and failure Based on extensive in Accountability is not a way of Excuses: The PDF/EPUB ´ doing Accountability is a way of thinking Those who achieve greatness know true accountability makes all the difference between success No More MOBI :´ and failure Based on extensive interviews with accountable leaders from FortuneCEOs to Hall of Fame athletes No More Excuses identifies the five accountabilities of successful people and More Excuses: The ePUB ✓ organization.

Leadership keynote speaker, Sam Silverstein is Excuses: The PDF/EPUB ´ one of the World s Top Organizational Culture Professionals link to This best selling author on leadership, shows organizations No More MOBI :´ how to innovate their culture, live their core values and inspire accountability throughout the entire operationAs a former executive and business owner in manufacturing and distribution, Sam More Excuses: The ePUB ✓ led a team of employees During his tenure, the company grew organically by % over years, with total sales over million attracting a Fortune company to purchase the enterpriseToday, Sam writes, speaks, and consults with organizations around the globe inspiring them to think differently, work with renewed purpose, and achieve record breaking results He works with entrepreneurs, multi national companies, corporations, and government agencies to drive increased engagement and productivityThe author of seven books including No More Excuses, No Matter What, Non Negotiable, Making Accountable Decisions, and The Success Model, he is the founder of The Accountability Movement , an organization focused on building powerful communities filled with like minded people who know and live their values and honor their commitments To that end, Sam hosts Accountability Roundtables inspiring and challenging the people in these communities to think differentlySam s mission is to empower people to live accountable lives, transform the way they do business, and to thrive at extraordinary levels By challenging leaders to shift priorities, cultivate an organizational culture, and inspire both individuals and teams to take ownership in fresh and results producing ways he is helping companies dramatically increase productivity, profitability, and growthOriginally from Atlanta, Sam has a Bachelor s Degree in business from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Washington University He is a Past President of the National Speakers Association Sam is married with four children and currently resides in St Louis, Missouri.

No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal
  • Kindle Edition
  • 232 pages
  • No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth
  • Sam Silverstein
  • English
  • 28 May 2019

10 thoughts on “No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth

  1. says:

    One piece of simple advice that probably most everybody is familiar with stretched out to fill an entire book Make norexcuses and also stop accepting other s excuses and stories, says Sam Silverstein By accepting someone else s excuses and failure stories however compelling they may sound, we compromise our own accountability There is always something you can do to try to move closer to your goal s The author calls this managing the process The ideas presented in the book are highl One piece of simple advice that probably most everybody is familiar with stretched out to fill an entire book Make norexcuses and also stop accepting other s excuses and stories, says Sam Silverstein By accepting someone else s excuses and failure stories however compelling they may sound, we compromise our own accountability There is always something you can do to try to move closer to your goal s The author calls this managing the process The ideas presented in the book are highlighted with many examples This important yet timeless topic could be revisited in a muchcondensed way However, the book is a worthwhile read if the reader would like reinforcement of this concept

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book Great principles for life and work and how you are accountable It goes deeper though and provides a lot of food for thought that I felt I was able to apply to my current work and life.

  3. says:

    This is the one to kick you into action and stay there Thank youfor suggesting I read and review this one I ve rad it through once, kinda I actually found myself rereading paragraphs over and over again and resisting the overwhelming rightness of the advice I found there I eventually decided to stop resisting and start accepting accepting that Sam was speaking to my core values and what I have struggled with in may of my jobs I desire accountability and get discouraged when This is the one to kick you into action and stay there Thank youfor suggesting I read and review this one I ve rad it through once, kinda I actually found myself rereading paragraphs over and over again and resisting the overwhelming rightness of the advice I found there I eventually decided to stop resisting and start accepting accepting that Sam was speaking to my core values and what I have struggled with in may of my jobs I desire accountability and get discouraged when I don t find those values from my supervisors This book showed me tools and is changing my thinking on how to be accountable to myself and others I will be rereading this severaltimes and paying forward what I ve learned I can t wait to read the next book, already pre ordered, and I hope Sam finds the inspiration to write one on the challenges of maintaining business relationships while staying true to oneself Thank you so much, Mr Silvestein I very highly recommend there s book to everyone M

  4. says:

    Excellent concept lots of examples of accountable people a little bit too much fluff though Definitely the right idea be accountable to yourself and your commitments and everything improves

  5. says:

    If you have explored his topic in the past you will not find a whole lot of new information The writing was pretty inspiring though As in was reading it I did windshield wanting to hold my self accountable for goals So for inspiration this book would be worth the read.

  6. says:

    My favorite professional development book.

  7. says:

    Good for people who start a businessThis isabout managing a business than ones life A bit disappointed in the book Maybe good for beginners.

  8. says:

    I noticed that there are less pages in the book than recorded her

  9. says:

    Read it for a presentation at work He gives great excerpts of interviews he conducted Definitely a managerial self help book, but very relatable and easy to read.

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