It’s something we learn from a very early age. When you’re a toddler and you break a vase, telling the truth and being accountable can often get you out of hot water.
When you become a student, those report cards that are sent home to your parents are nothing but little packets of accountability. An accounting of your scholastic actions. (Or, in my case, inactions. Ahem.)
We get used to being accountable. We get trained for it. That is, until we complete our last year of school. Whether it’s that last day of high school or the final day or our Master’s program, the minute school ends . . .so does most of our accountability.
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