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I Am Accountable--Ten Choices that Create Deeper Meaning in Your Life, Organization, and Your World.

I Am Accountable--Ten Choices that Create Deeper Meaning in Your Life, Organization, and Your World

Sam Silverstein

Sound Wisdom

www.soundwisdom.com

9781640951112, $15.99, 256 pages

Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Success

By the end of the first chapter of Sam Silverstein's "I Am Accountable," I was exposed to five core concepts and three principles of accountability. I learned that responsibility has a ripple effect and that our life has meaning in a direct relationship to our accountability.

I was hooked and hungry for more, and I was not disappointed.

The book is made up of three parts. Part one describes the elements of commitment and an awareness of specific personal commitment to you and others.

Part two looks at accountability in the workplace and ten commitments to sharpen your commitment to the team. The reader is challenged to discover and realize persona potential and to help others reach theirs.

Part three gives the reader and enlarged vision and challenge to take a stand for the community and to become a part of building an accountable world.

In "I Am Accountable," Sam Silverstein's writing is comprehensive, challenging, and motivating. I have long been a fan of Silberstein. He keeps getting better. "I Am Accountable" is must reading for everyone willing to make deeper commitments, creates lasting relationships, and takes accountability for enlarging and impacting their community while expanding their world.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purchases. The opinions expressed are my own.

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Author:Blake, Richard R.
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Date:Dec 1, 2019
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