What Are The Benefits Of An Accountability Partner?
5 Accountability Partnership Benefits
Some people will tell you that accountability is a solitary journey that is best taken alone. This is far from the truth, they are wrong. Sharing your journey with a helpful friend, family member, or acquaintance can enrich the experience. But it’s not nearly as good as finding an outsider and having them hold you to account and help you in a variety of ways.
An outsider can keep you concentrated and motivated so you recognize your strengths and weaknesses. you concentrated and motivated to help you recognize your strengths and weaknesses. Accountability partners are the perfect companion for your self-exploratory journey towards accountability. An experienced person who will help you work towards achieving your goals and objectives,
This is how an accountability partner can benefit you in your struggle.
1. They Help You Stay On Track
2. They Keep You Motivated
An accountability partner can be a much needed and treasured source of motivation, inspiration, strength, and support. A person you can trust with the thoughts and feelings that hold you back from achieving progress. They can help you resolve any negative thoughts and emotions. They’ll do this by giving you a chance to work through them slowly with support and encouragement. This way, you get the motivation you need to overcome your fears. To overcome negative thoughts allowing you to put your total energy towards achieving success and growth.
3. They Provide Support And Advice
As an independent observer of your journey, your accountability partner can give you insights into your progress. They can also help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. They’ll pinpoint areas that require more attention and focus. In this way, you get trusted advice and support to detect behaviours that may negatively affect progress and slowly kick bad habits. You end up getting a better understanding of your action, thoughts, and emotions. This means you’ll be getting the information you need to make significant progress towards your goals.
4. They Share Your Happiness and Success
An accountability partner is a perfect person with whom to share your happiness and success of your achievements. Your accountability partner can help you see all the progress you have made through your accountability journey in a new light. This way, you develop more trust and confidence in your abilities and get the motivation to go further. They can also help you to set higher goals and objectives to challenge your skills and get more significant results than before. You can help each other grow and succeed when you work together and build on each other’s strengths while covering each other’s weaknesses. Not forgetting someone to share the celebration of victory as you complete the goal.
5. They Help You Push the Limits
An accountability partner can help you challenge your abilities and recognize areas where more significant progress can be made. This way, you get the chance to set more significant objectives and aim higher. As a result, your capabilities are continuously expanded and improved. You can also end up at a better place in terms of progress as compared to what you could achieve if you were alone. Accountability is about bringing a rich and complete experience in our lives. It’s also about exploring our abilities is a great way to do that in a safe and comfortable environment.
Having an accountability partner has many benefits that make them an ideal addition to your accountability journey. Remember, you must be careful about who you select as your accountability partner. Furthermore, the right person can make a lot of difference, while the wrong person can severely impede your progress. Please read up on our other blogs to learn how to choose an accountability partner. We wish you good luck with your accountability journey!
A study* in the USA was undertaken and found out that the probability of completing a goal is:
- 10% – If you have an actual idea or goal.
- 25% – If you consciously decide you will do it.
- 40% – If you decide when you will do it.
- 50% – If you plan how you will do it.
- 65% – If you commit to someone you will do it.
- 95% – If you have a specific accountability appointment with a person you’ve committed to.
After reading this, how likely are you to achieve your; goals, promises, obligations and commitments alone?