Accountability & Keeping Your Promises

In business as in life one of the best ways to have success is to be accountable – accountable for your words, promises and actions.  Do what you say you will do, do it when you say you will do it (on time).  If you do this – over time – you will have no problem growing your business.  Too often someone says they will do something and they don’t.  We feel let down we lose trust in that person or company.  Business and selling your service is a transfer of trust.  When you slip up you erode the trust between you and your clients – consistency counts.  As you grow make sure your team has the same philosophy in mind so your consistency does not suffer.

Bottom line – people want you to promise them action – and being accountable means keeping your promises.

Published on March 3, 2012 in Business Start Up

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