Making Accountable Decisions – A Journey To An Accountable Life By Sam Silverstein – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Starting the Process – A Journey into Discover, Desire, and Decision

“Making Accountable Decisions – A Journey to an Accountable Life” focuses on the most important decisions we make in life, their impact and how decisions add value and significant meaning to who we become. Balance, Virtue, Respect for Self and Others, Perspective, Courage, Generosity, Gratefulness, and Excellence are only a few of the topics Sam Silverstein addresses in the book.

Expect a life transformation when you pursue Silberstein’s suggestion to read the text, become familiar with the keys to master your decisions and by focusing on the suggested questions and exercises by spending five minutes a day considering your answers and let them build on each other as you begin to make “accountable” decisions.

I have already started this process and am confident that continuing will play an important part in fulfilling my future goals and their achievements. Due to recent events in my life, I am in a period of transition. Continuing the principles and practices will have a significant impact on my making accountable decisions in the months ahead.

Sam Silverstein is known internationally for his emphasis on building an organizational culture dedicated to accountability among the leadership. Silverstein has written numerous books, including the book titled “No Matter What.” Material excerpted from the book is included as “bonus material” featuring the importance of commitment.

I can highly recommend “Making Accountable Decisions” to anyone serious about beginning “Journey to an Accountable Life.”

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-1640950146, $ 15.99, 2018, 176 pages

 

 

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