Who holds you accountable for doing great things?

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I had a couple of compelling questions and thoughts these past few days that inspired this video.

The main questions are:  who holds you accountable for doing great things and why do you create?

See directly on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVgi1RLuelk

I can’t wait to hear your thoughts.

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5 Responses to “Who holds you accountable for doing great things?”

  1. Nikhil R. Jain says:

    This is what doing great things meant to Mother Teresa.

  2. Brandi says:

    I love my work I get to have a small farm. I get to play with color. I get to play with the fibers that we wear and are next to us everyday. I get time to knit, crochet, spin, and weave. I think you have a to have passion for what your doing or it won’t work. I hope as I’m a fairly new biz that it will take off. I am even starting to enjoy the social bits twitter, facebook etc.

  3. fas says:

    Extremely powerful and insightful message there Pam. I think accountability should be both ways, not only for doing great things but also the other way round.

  4. Alicia Terry says:

    As always, a powerful message that is right on time with what’s going on in my life. So beautifully said. Thank you for the words that reinforce my commitment to follow my calling/purpose and not someone else’s.


  5. Lisa-Marie says:

    Great food for thought Pam. I always look at my daughter for lessons. She is accountable to me for school and she needs it. She isn’t accountable to me for her youtube channel and she doesn’t need to be accountable to anyone for that. It’s all about passion I think. If you are passionate about what you are doing you are accountable to your own passion. To being your true self. If you feel the need to have constant external accountability I think you aren’t passionate enough about what you are doing. Sometimes though (even with passion) you will be faced with the scary monster of “resistance” then you have a bigger battle to fight and any accountability partner you can find willing to put up with you is a good accountability partner 🙂