1) Twitter: Twitter is a great place to gain accountability. By publicly tweeting about what it is you are trying to accomplish, and the process you take in getting there, you can gain followers who will encourage you along the way. This can be loved ones, friends, or strangers. Specifically, if you have a mentor or fellow church members you would like to be accountable with on a certain topic, the two of you can utilize twitter for daily check ins. New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter used this method of accountability to lose 75 pounds.
2) Foursquare: For accountability that includes a certain location, Foursquare is the answer. If you’re struggling with working out and will be going to a certain gym each time, you can check-in there and have your network hold you accountable. Another location-based goal is if you are needing more accountability for going to church. Check out how to do that here!