Most people avoid responsibility. Yet, that may be the very thing they need to become better. Feeling needed, like others depend on you gives you a purpose for changing. It also puts your back against the wall, leaving you with no other choice but to act.
How to Make Immediate Behavior Changes
Benjamin P. Hardy

I have found that holding myself accountable to another person for completing some task is enough to force more action

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