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hold someone or something accountablephrasal verb

  • ja説明する義務があって, 責任があって
  • ento believe that a person or thing is responsible for something

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Look, the evidence was really clear.
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There was no doubt by the time it was all presented
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that, actually, the president had done what he was accused of.
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In fact, he'd admitted that he had done what he was accused of.
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He just didn't think that anybody would hold him accountable.
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Once you've decided to get moving, your best course of action is to keep yourself accountable.
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Dr. Hakim says,
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"Make sure to have clear and measurable tasks that you can actually accomplish, like make
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5 phone calls, instead of something arbitrary, like find some new customers."
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After you've met all these goals, add a few more to your to-do list for the following
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day.
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Telling your friends and loved ones about your goals can also help hold you accountable.
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And then I went through a phase where I was just like always eating out.
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And I realized very quickly that I was saving no money.
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Eating out is mainly out of convenience for me.
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Without a plan, I think I just tend to overcorrect.
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I think I just need structure.
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I think it's gonna be so fun to cook with Jen and Devon.
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I think if I had other people to hold me accountable, it would be great.
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I believe the Global Goals are a historic opportunity,
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because the world's leaders have promised to deliver them.
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Let's not dismiss the goals or slide into pessimism;
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let's hold them to that promise.
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And we need to hold them to that promise by holding them accountable,
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tracking their progress all the way through the next 15 years.
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And then a few weeks later, he messaged me again.
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This time he sent me a photo of him on one knee proposing.
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And all he said was, “Thank you.”
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I've been this guy.
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I get it.
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See, publicly, he was just playing his role.
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Rejecting the feminine, right?
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But secretly, he was waiting for permission to express himself, to be seen, to be heard.
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And all he needed was another man holding him accountable and creating a safe space for him to feel.
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And the transformation was instant.