Day 15: Accountability and Creators Responsibilities

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  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only


  • Monday morning team meeting. We set in place new SEO rules for promoting guests on the various podcasts for the week.
  • Spent a good bit of the day working on a landing page course, almost finished.


Setting up the Life Long Productions show has taken me longer than it should have. The blog is technically correct, but only today did I figure out how to layer a photo with an overlay with active elements in Elementor. This will allow me to have the “featured image” of any blog show up on the archive page as a featured image and link to the blog, but on the actual blog itself, it becomes a clickable link that takes one to the YouTube show of the day.

  • This will allow me to repurpose the same image twice without creating extra images when not necessary or creating two versions of the same image.


Showing up to the Gym was SUPER difficult since I stayed up way too late last night. When I got to the gym I saw my new friends and explained how I’m using them as my accountability partners. They said I was their accountability partner – so we all lifted each other up in encouragement.

Business Progress


Accountability and creators responsibilities are often overlooked when a new blog is created or a YouTube channel is started. But if you plan on playing the long game, knowing, and following the rules will be your best survival tool.

Content creators indeed have various levels of accountability, and it goes beyond just their families and clients. Here are some additional ways and stakeholders to whom content creators may be accountable:


Content creators are often directly accountable to their audience or viewers. This accountability revolves around delivering content that meets the expectations and interests of its audience. Creators may need to engage with their audience, respond to comments, and maintain a level of quality that keeps viewers coming back.

Platform or Network

If content creators use a specific platform (e.g., YouTube, Instagram, TikTok), they are accountable to adhere to that platform’s terms of service, guidelines, and community standards. Violations can result in content removal or account suspension.

Peers and Collaborators

Content creators who collaborate with others, whether fellow creators or professionals in related fields, are accountable for their commitments and contributions to collaborative projects. This includes meeting deadlines, providing input, and respecting the creative vision of the team.

Sponsors and Advertisers

When content creators work with sponsors or advertisers, they are accountable for fulfilling their contractual obligations. This might include showcasing a product or service in a certain way or reaching specific engagement metrics.

Regulatory Authorities

Depending on the nature of the content and jurisdiction, content creators may be accountable to regulatory authorities. This is especially true in industries like advertising and media, where there are rules governing content, disclosures, and endorsements.

Social Responsibility

Content creators may also be accountable for the impact of their content on society. This includes considering the ethical implications of their work, such as avoiding harmful stereotypes, promoting inclusivity, and addressing social issues responsibly.

Personal Ethics and Values

Content creators often have their own set of personal ethics and values, and they may feel accountable for upholding these principles in their work. This could involve avoiding content that conflicts with their beliefs or supporting causes they are passionate about.


Content creators should hold themselves accountable for their own growth and improvement. This involves setting goals, staying organized, and continuously learning and adapting to changes in the industry.

Financial Accountability

Content creators may need to manage their finances responsibly, including budgeting for projects, paying taxes, and ensuring they have a sustainable income stream to support themselves and their families.

Legal Obligations

Content creators are accountable for adhering to copyright and intellectual property laws. Using copyrighted material without permission can lead to legal consequences.

It’s essential for content creators to recognize and manage these various forms of accountability to maintain their reputation, build trust with their audience, and ensure their long-term success in a highly competitive and dynamic field.

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The Clutter Corner Podcast
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Mini Trampoline for 90-second workouts
The Sentimental Person’s Guide to Decluttering
Decluttering at the Speed of Life: Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
Nobody Wants Your Sh*t: The Art of Decluttering Before You Die

Decluttering Workbook: The Essential Guide to Organize and Declutter Your Home and Life With Exercises and Checklists
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My Journey Back

Today’s Body:



4.40 Hours | Min


112 oz.




Calories In


Calories Burned

Cal Burned:



146.2 lbs


24.00 Hours | Min


On a scale of 1 to 10 – (10 being fantastic) I was a 5 all day. I was pretty grumpy when Pat talked about his Dad. We’ve been estranged for 16 years and Pat is hoping I can make photos materialize from events I was not invited to, nor attended. 🙁




  • 250 yards lap swimming warm-up
  • 15 min underwater kick – 45/15 intervals
  • 15 min underwater aerobics 45/15 – high knees, arm/back
  • 15 min water pull with drag gloves
  • 250 yards lap swimming warm down
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