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What Happens When You Get Real, Get Honest, and Get Accountable
Narrated by: Van Tracy
Length: 5 hrs and 9 mins
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Despite high-minded ideals, temptation always seems to loom around the corner, threatening to derail us into a desperate world of secret behavior and covered-up indiscretions. From families to marriages to businesses, on a scale as global as the credit default swap meltdown or as personal as our last session on the Internet, we are suckers for bad ideas.Why do we so often make poor decisions that can lead to life-shattering results? Why do we promise ourselves to do better only to slide back into our old habits?

Why can’t we help ourselves?The time has come for each of us to become accountable. To experience the freedom, peace of mind, and overwhelming self-confidence that come from living a life free of secrets and lies.In every area of our lives, it’s time to go beyond self-help . . . it’s time to get accountable.It’s time to live Open..

©2013 Thomas Nelson (P)2013 Thomas Nelson

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  • Tyler
  • 14-11-17

great book, will make a big difference for good

accountability is a powerful principle. this book shows how to apply it forgreat results. highly recommend.

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  • Terry Ray
  • 26-11-13

preachy

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this is another one I couldn't make it through. I felt like I was being preached to, not that there is anything wrong with that, just not what I expected. It also seemed to be an advertisement for his website and software.
I made it through 2 chapters then had to give it up. Honestly, I stopped reading reviews because I don't want to be influenced...but I totally should have read about this one before I wasted my money and my time.
Maybe it got better.....I'll never know.

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