Making Accountable Decisions: A Journey to an Accountable Life

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Narrated by: Rich Germaine
Length: 1 hr and 44 mins
Categories: Business, Leadership
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We struggle making decisions, and most times, we just wish someone would make them for us. What if that could all change, and you could master the decisions you face in your life?

The average person makes hundreds of decisions each day. They range from the ordinary and mundane to life-altering events. Many decisions we are faced with have little affect on our lives. They deal with the simple problems and require simple choices. However, there are those decisions which impact our lives and the lives of those around us in very significant and consequential ways.

In Making Accountable Decisions, Sam Silverstein presents ways to approach our life's decisions and how we interact and affect others. He does this by focusing on the most substantial decisions in our lives, how they impact us, and what decisions we can make to add value and meaning.

Sam is the founder of The Accountability Movement and works with companies, government agencies, and people around the world, helping them build accountable cultures and live accountable lives. Building an accountable world is his life's mission. Some people choose to let life happen. Some people make it happen. What is your decision?

©2018 Sam Silverstein (P)2018 Sam Silverstein

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Send this Book to Trump

Every listener will benefit from this short Audio Book the ideas can be useful to
everyone.


The Narrator did a good job with the material.





This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Being Accountable

I’m really surprised this motivational/leadership speaker had so many small minded ideas. Several times, he was “surprised” at what inmates, homeless/persons with decorative bodies (tattoos namely) had to say or how they spoke with depth. A few times, he admitted s/he was not someone he would have spoken to.
Maybe if I wasn’t dumbfounded by his admissions of ignorance, I would have found more value in this book. As it is, I’ve grown up open minded and since college (when I left my small hometown ) I’ve embraced and befriended people, without regard to their superficial identifications.
I also felt the chapters didn’t flow. Some of the ‘basics’ or foundation was in the middle or latter part of the book.

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Insightful

I got this ARC via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. The various statements, action ideas and examples were very insightful and helpful to making correct decisions that shape our lives. The narration was good.

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Great book about personal responsibility

I've been trying to attain a goal of more self-discipline and self-control in my life. This book is a great way to travel along the personal development required to hold myself accountable.

My commute passed much faster, and I think I'm a better person for the book. Recommended.

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