I haven’t always been the Queen of Accountability, I’ve been 20kg overweight, I’ve lived with depression, addiction and been completely overwhelmed by life.


I’ve believed and trusted the wrong people at huge cost, both monetary and emotionally.


I’ve spent thousands on those generic, one size fit’s all coaching programs.


And I know what it’s like to be a single parent whilst trying to stay healthy and create a successful and profitable business.


But I also know how to turn all of that around, to feel alive and thrive every day.


And it all started with staying accountable to myself. 


Accountability has so many benefits in living every day life. 

Sticking power when things get tough

I don’t know about you but sometimes when things got too much it seemed easier to give up, make some sort of excuse about why I just couldn’t deal right now and I’d tell myself that I’d get to it later…


sometime in the future. 


Yeah right, we all know what happens then, your best intentions get lost in the humdrum of daily life and before you know it you’ve forgotten what it was you were trying to achieve in the first place.


On the flip side if you can stay accountable, or have someone to hold you accountable you’ll develop some sticking power. You’ll start to enjoy staying on track when things get tough, which, let’s be honest, is usually when we need to stick with healthy habits the most.


Responsibility and ownership

Staying accountable is also really freaking good at helping you take ownership of your life and your goals. 


It helps you become the boss of you.


You and I both know it can be really confronting having to take ownership of your shit. 


Admitting that some areas of your life totally suck, or could at least do with some work takes honesty on a level that many aren’t ready for, which is why they stay stuck where they are.


Staying accountable helps you assume responsibility for yourself, for the actions you take each day. Being responsible stops you making lame ass excuses to yourself and blaming others for whatever situation you find yourself in.


Your past actions, decisions and habits got you to this point, all the good, the bad and the ugly of it. You are the one who’s responsible for you.


Track progress and boost performance

Stop wasting time and pissing about. 


Staying accountable means not just doing the easy stuff, the stuff that doesn’t matter, the time filling procrastinating stuff, but doing the stuff that matters. 


The things and actions that are going to advance your goals and vision for the future. By focusing your attention on the area’s that matter to you.


Staying accountable means tracking your progress towards those goals, taking each step, each action as a win that gets you that bit closer to where you want to be.


Tracking your progress over time helps to boost performance. You’ll feel more energised, make better decisions, have more clarity and more than likely more time, because you won’t be wasting it fluffing around.


Take back control and boost confidence

And finally staying accountable helps you to cut through the chaos that life often throws at us as a challenge to stay on track. 


I know that I’ve been completely overwhelmed before to the point that I felt lost, stuck, confused and I just didn’t know where to start to try and get back some control. 


When you’re in that place its really fucking hard to get clarity on what to do. 


When everything in life feels like it’s spinning out of control and it seems like nothing is going right, staying accountable for taking small, consistent daily actions is everything. 


Day by day you start to feel better about life which in turn boosts your confidence, which in turn means you can step up to the next level, and you end up with a positive uplifting spiral of taking action and feeling good about it. 


Accountability is essential to creating the future life you want. And unfortunately staying consistent with fitness, health and wellness is really hard for many people. 


If you’re struggling to stay consistent, with your personal fitness, healthy habits and overall wellness then hop online and book a discovery call with me, the Queen of Accountability and let’s get you back on track.