“Finding the answer isn’t as important as being willing to consider the question.”
—Linda Galindo, accountability thought leader, speaker, coach, consultant, author
True leaders—and true winners—are accountable for their decisions, their choices, their behavior, their actions, and, most important, their outcomes. That includes all of their outcomes: good or bad, expected or stunning, welcome or disappointing.
Winners are accountable for their outcomes even when those results are the opposite of what they said they intended. That’s because true winners know that outcomes reveal true intentions. So it follows ...