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One of the most powerful tools for building consistency in our habits is accountability. Having someone or something tracking our progress and measuring our success is huge in maintaining motivation. While this sounds simple, it is often something we neglect in our habit formation. To be vulnerable with others about our bad habits is intimidating--and that’s normal, BUT there is so much freedom that comes with being open and honest with someone that you trust.
As we build positive habits that replace and reshape our negative ones, accountability is necessary. Accountability is part of the bedrock of habit formation. Providing consistency, check-ins, and reflection, accountability will help ensure your success in building a new habit or defeating an old one.
In this blog, we will walk through the three types of accountability you need to implement and how to integrate them into your habit journey.
Having someone check-in on your habit establishes a rhythm that goes beyond your own individual efforts. We are naturally inclined to desire companionship. For this reason, inviting someone to be a part of supporting your habit can have a big impact on your long term success and personal motivation.
“Collaborating with an accountability partner can assist you in forming new habits. Naturally, human beings need to be pushed to make concerted efforts along the line of their goal. Achieving your goal may become a burden when you are isolated from a group.” - Leon Ho
Invite others into your journey. This person could be a friend, mentor, co-worker, spouse, family member, or whoever you trust will be supportive in your goal.
Ask them to check in on you. This could be a simple text, call, FaceTime, or meet up- whatever integrates well into your schedules. Having a set list of questions is helpful for keeping the conversation/accountability focused and helpful.
You can be your own coach. Commitment and motivation starts with your self-talk and own effort. Establishing routines throughout your life to keep you on pace to your goals is essential in finding success. Lasting habits start with creating strong routines.
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away. This popular expression indicates that apples are good for one’s health, and highlights the importance of routinely eating them. Often the message individuals take away from the apple-a-day health advice is to eat more apples. However, perhaps the more important take away message is to eat nutritious foods regularly. The term lifestyle change inherently means that changes are made such that they can be followed for the lifetime of an individual.” - Katherine R. Arlinghaus, Craig A. Johnston (NCBI)
Establishing ways to measure your progress and keep yourself consistent is always helpful, regardless of others involvement. Self accountability can take form in many ways. Here's a few to get you started:
Similar to having someone as an accountability partner that’s checking in, group accountability is a way to establish rhythms with others to keep you motivated. Working with a group can often mean a little bit more flexibility in schedule, as more people are sharing the responsibility of checking-in on your progress. Often this looks like finding others who are working towards the same goal.
Sometimes, strangers are just as good as close friends for keeping us motivated! Find a group, a live class, program, or team to join for your habit formation journey. Group accountability is a very helpful tool. Other people that don’t know us well, that are also moving towards a goal, can offer more objective and less-emotionally charged feedback to help encourage and motivate us.
Fundamentally, what is important is creating a space of support for your habit formation journey. This also gives you an opportunity to be an encouragement and support to others! Sharing our struggles and triumphs is powerful!
Accountability can look like a lot of different things. Whether it’s a friend, yourself, or a group aiding you along your habit journey, remember accountability builds consistency, and consistency builds lasting habits.
- Accountability is a powerful tool for habit consistency & motivation
- Being honest about your negative habits and plan can lead to lasting results
- Trust the closest people in your life and invite them into your journey
- Be your own accountability
- Find others who are on the same journey and support each other
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