Despitehigh-minded ideals, temptation always seems to loom around the corner,threatening to derail us into a desperate world of secret behavior andcovered-up indiscretions. From families to marriages to businesses, on a scaleas global as the credit default swap meltdown or as personal as our lastsession on the Internet, we are suckers for bad ideas. Why do weso often make poor decisions that can lead to life-shattering results? Why dowe promise ourselves to do better only to slide back into our old habits? Why can'twe help ourselves? The timehas come for each of us to become accountable. To experience the freedom, peaceof mind, and overwhelming self-confidence that come from living a life free ofsecrets and lies. In every areaof our lives, it's time to go beyond self-help . . . it's time to getaccountable. It's time to live Open ..
Gross, Craig, 1975-
what happens when you get real, get honest, and get accountable
Nashville :, Thomas Nelson,, 2013.
Accountability is good
Accountability is safety
Accountability is deep
Accountability is necessary
You need honesty
You need courage
You need help
A final word
Resources for accountability.
Statement of Responsibility:
Craig Gross, with Adam Palmer
Includes bibliographical references.
Responsibility Religious aspects Christianity.
Integrity Religious aspects Christianity.