How To Be Accountable To Yourself and Get Things Done

One of the biggest stumbling blocks to our Internet business success is procrastination. An object at rest tends to stay at rest, and people at rest tend to do the same thing. The way to defeat procrastination is to be accountable to yourself. You make a goal and then create a plan to achieve it. However, if you’re not accountable to yourself, then procrastination will set in and your goal will be nothing more than a dream.

On this episode of Driving with John Chow, I show you one of the best tips to stay accountable to yourself and get things done. It has worked great for me, and I know it will work for you as well. Enjoy the video.

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6 thoughts on “How To Be Accountable To Yourself and Get Things Done”

  1. ChrisBa says:

    I want to see a highway video presentation, not these slow city streets! 🙂

    1. John Chow says:

      Some of the old videos has that.

  2. Kenny LeOng says:

    Plan what you need to do and prioritize accordingly. Don’t be too ambitious by trying to achieve too much within a day. Just plan what you want to achieve for the day in small bite size chunks. Then you can see what you have achieved and what needs to continue on the following day.

  3. It’s funny that you wrote this post. Last night I was telling my wife how I have such great plans for my site but everyone has good plans and ideas. It’s the ones who execute that make the money. So This morning I started the execution process. Thanks John

  4. faisal says:

    Not only for internet business but everywhere procrastination is bad.

  5. Great advice! I also believe that a lot of people procrastinate when it comes to getting things done is out of fear, because that’s what procrastination is just another form of fear. Most people are afraid of rejection so they put things off through looking at email, posting on Facebook or Twitter it pacify people into thinking their being productive when in fact it’s just the opposite. Nice piece of advice about heard about it a few years ago thanks for bringing it back to my attention.

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