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Accountability in Early Recovery

by Hope Rehab Team

Topic at a glance:

  • What is accountability?
  • Is self-discipline the same as self-will?
  • What tools can help me become more accountable?

Extract from the Hope Rehab Aftercare Manual – Click to Download This Free eBook

It will come as no surprise that productive and successful people are not just highly motivated but also disciplined. There are many practical ways to install self-discipline but don’t be confused it’s not the same as self-will. Using different forms of accountability checks is the best approach for this.

Accountability provides the dual benefits of reviewing progress and reflecting for a learning opportunity by inviting feedback on blocks, causes and assets. It’s not about being rigid or hard on oneself – a degree of flexibility should be built in to your accountability system.

Walk the walk & talk the talk.

Accountability Network Mind-Map

This Aftercare Manual is an Accountability Tool

Being accountable to others as well as ourselves helps us follow through on our promises and obligations. By taking responsibility and highlighting whether we complete our commitments will, in itself, serve as a motivator to get things done. Its best to choose an objective person so not family or loved ones. Explore who you could include in your accountability plan.

Self Assessment Accountability Sheet

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