What is Accountability in the Workplace?

Accountability is the responsibility of employees to complete the tasks they are assigned, to perform the duties required by their job, and to be present for their proper shifts in order to fulfill or further the goals of the organization. It’s being responsible for one's own work and answering for the repercussions of one's own actions. No one can stand over you full time to make sure you're working, so accountability ensures that you have an incentive to fly right.

Are you financially independent? Do you have enough money to cover your basic needs and have some to save for the old age?

You need money to buy your needs and wants. You cannot be happy and achieve peak performance unless you afford to buy your basic needs.

How do you ensure you are financially stable to have peace of mind?

My dear Friend,

It takes an enormous amount of courage to get through life. I never realized that it did, but it does. I mean, when I was young, it didn't seem to me that life required bravery, in particular. Determination, perhaps. Stick-to-its-eveness, perhaps. A lot of tolerance for people older than me who didn't understand anything at all, perhaps. But not necessarily a whole bunch of bravery.

What is Decision Making? : In its simplest sense, decision-making is the act of choosing between two or more courses of action. In the wider process of problem-solving, decision-making involves choosing between possible solutions to a problem. Decisions can be made through either an intuitive or reasoned process, or a combination of the two.

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