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Staying Accountable Can Help You in Work and Life


By CRCE Manager, Andrea Brankin


Right now, it’s been pretty hard to stay focused around here. Phase 2 blues are really setting in a for a lot of people and we’re just not getting things done. Is this depression? Sort of. Anxiety? Yeah, kinda. So, what do we do about it?


Here’s some advice from CRCE’s At The Table women’s networking host, Liz Coward: “Make yourself accountable.” She spoke recently in our debut of ATT Inspiring Stories where she told her own personal story of overcoming depression and anxiety.


Liz talked about getting out her comfort zone to help her pull out of her mental health funk. In terms of getting work done, it’s a good time to sign up for seminars, try a new online course, maybe a new workout or even put in some volunteer time to help get you out of the house and out of your head. Using accountability to recharge your batteries can help you become more productive.


Book author and script writer Liz is known for her AAS contributions to At The Table and also for writing the book “Blood and Bandages” about a World War II veteran. You can find her book on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/s?k=blood+and+bandages+liz+coward&ref=nb_sb_noss).


And you can meet Liz at our next At The Table session in September. Check out AASingapore.com for more information closer to the date.


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