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Accountability is not a way of doing. Accountability is a way of thinking.  Those who achieve greatness know true accountability makes all the difference between success and failure. Based on extensive interviews with accountable leaders—from Fortune 500 CEOs to Hall of Fame athletes—No More Excuses identifies the five accountabilities of successful people and organization Accountability is not a way of doing. Accountability is a way of thinking.  Those who achieve greatness know true accountability makes all the difference between success and failure. Based on extensive interviews with accountable leaders—from Fortune 500 CEOs to Hall of Fame athletes—No More Excuses identifies the five accountabilities of successful people and organizations. These tenets encourage accountability in others and performance at the highest level. When you willingly accept and embrace the five accountabilities, you encourage accountability in others and empower your teams to achieve at the highest level. The result is an organization focused on its fundamental values and committed, at the individual level, to achieving critical strategic goals. Whether you’re a business owner, a top executive, or a team leader, accountability starts with you and trickles down to everyone else. If you want to build an organization that achieves its goals and beats the competition it’s time for No More Excuses.


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Accountability is not a way of doing. Accountability is a way of thinking.  Those who achieve greatness know true accountability makes all the difference between success and failure. Based on extensive interviews with accountable leaders—from Fortune 500 CEOs to Hall of Fame athletes—No More Excuses identifies the five accountabilities of successful people and organization Accountability is not a way of doing. Accountability is a way of thinking.  Those who achieve greatness know true accountability makes all the difference between success and failure. Based on extensive interviews with accountable leaders—from Fortune 500 CEOs to Hall of Fame athletes—No More Excuses identifies the five accountabilities of successful people and organizations. These tenets encourage accountability in others and performance at the highest level. When you willingly accept and embrace the five accountabilities, you encourage accountability in others and empower your teams to achieve at the highest level. The result is an organization focused on its fundamental values and committed, at the individual level, to achieving critical strategic goals. Whether you’re a business owner, a top executive, or a team leader, accountability starts with you and trickles down to everyone else. If you want to build an organization that achieves its goals and beats the competition it’s time for No More Excuses.

30 review for No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth

  1. 4 out of 5

    Diana Shaffner

    One piece of simple advice that probably most everybody is familiar with stretched out to fill an entire book. Make nor more excuses and also stop accepting other's excuses and stories, says Sam Silverstein. By accepting someone else's excuses and failure stories however compelling they may sound, we compromise our own accountability. There is always something you can do to try to move closer to your goal(s). The author calls this 'managing the process'. The ideas presented in the book are highl One piece of simple advice that probably most everybody is familiar with stretched out to fill an entire book. Make nor more excuses and also stop accepting other's excuses and stories, says Sam Silverstein. By accepting someone else's excuses and failure stories however compelling they may sound, we compromise our own accountability. There is always something you can do to try to move closer to your goal(s). The author calls this 'managing the process'. The ideas presented in the book are highlighted with many examples. This important yet timeless topic could be revisited in a much more condensed way. However, the book is a worthwhile read if the reader would like reinforcement of this concept.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Regan

    The biggest waste of time for real estate agents. This book has given me no information about liability, past common sense. Some of the examples were alittle far fetched aswell. Example: a father books a business seminar on the night of his daughter's graduation, after promising to go to both. Instead of rebooking the seminar or canceling it, he buys a last minute $10,000 plane ticket. I have flown enough in my life to know that a plane ticket on a public airline is not anywhere near $10,000. Bu The biggest waste of time for real estate agents. This book has given me no information about liability, past common sense. Some of the examples were alittle far fetched aswell. Example: a father books a business seminar on the night of his daughter's graduation, after promising to go to both. Instead of rebooking the seminar or canceling it, he buys a last minute $10,000 plane ticket. I have flown enough in my life to know that a plane ticket on a public airline is not anywhere near $10,000. Buying last minute usually makes it cheaper. I got this book from a thrift store and it's going right back for the next sucker who thinks this book may be beneficial.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    I really enjoyed this book. Great principles for life and work and how you are accountable. It goes deeper though and provides a lot of food for thought that I felt I was able to apply to my current work and life.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mario MJ Perron

    This is the one to kick you into action and stay there!!! Thank you Amazon for suggesting I read and review this one. I've rad it through once, kinda... I actually found myself rereading paragraphs over and over again and resisting the overwhelming rightness of the advice I found there. I eventually decided to stop resisting and start accepting... accepting that Sam was speaking to my core values and what I have struggled with in may of my jobs... I desire accountability and get discouraged when This is the one to kick you into action and stay there!!! Thank you Amazon for suggesting I read and review this one. I've rad it through once, kinda... I actually found myself rereading paragraphs over and over again and resisting the overwhelming rightness of the advice I found there. I eventually decided to stop resisting and start accepting... accepting that Sam was speaking to my core values and what I have struggled with in may of my jobs... I desire accountability and get discouraged when I don't find those values from my supervisors. This book showed me tools and is changing my thinking on how to be accountable to myself and others... I will be rereading this several more times and paying forward what I've learned. I can't wait to read the next book, already pre-ordered, and I hope Sam finds the inspiration to write one on the challenges of maintaining business relationships while staying true to oneself. Thank you so much, Mr. Silvestein!!! I very highly recommend there s book to everyone!!!! M.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Excellent concept - lots of examples of accountable people - a little bit too much "fluff" though. Definitely the right idea - be accountable to yourself and your commitments and everything improves! Excellent concept - lots of examples of accountable people - a little bit too much "fluff" though. Definitely the right idea - be accountable to yourself and your commitments and everything improves!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    If you have explored his topic in the past you will not find a whole lot of new information. The writing was pretty inspiring though. As in was reading it I did windshield wanting to hold my self accountable for goals. So for inspiration this book would be worth the read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Steve Wehling

    My favorite professional development book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Donna Sako

    Good for people who start a business This is more about managing a business than ones life. A bit disappointed in the book. Maybe good for beginners.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Pumza

    I noticed that there are less pages in the book than recorded her

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brooke A.

    Read it for a presentation at work. He gives great excerpts of interviews he conducted. Definitely a managerial self-help book, but very relatable and easy to read.

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    Lesley Wreyford

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Rich Lamberti

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  22. 5 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

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