Responsibility and Empowerment
How do you feel about taking personal responsibility in life?
Time and time again, we have been told that. If you want to be successful, you have to take 100% responsibility for everything that you experience in your life.
This includes the level of your achievements, the results you produce, the quality of your relationships, the state of your health and physical fitness, your income, your debts, your feelings—everything!
This is not easy.
However many people look at responsibility as a burden. It is easier to blame and judge than to take responsibility and show leadership. This is why so many of us lead mediocre lives.
Most of us have been conditioned to blame something outside of ourselves for the parts of our life we don’t like. We blame our parents, our bosses, our friends, our co-workers, our clients, our spouse, the weather, the economy, our astrological chart, our lack of money—anyone or anything we can pin the blame on. We never want to look at where the real problem is—ourselves.
Giving up your story
If you want to create the life of your dreams, then you are going to have to take 100% responsibility for your life as well. That means giving up all your excuses, all your victim stories, all the reasons why you can’t and why you haven’t up until now, and all your blaming of outside circumstances. You have to give them all up forever. All your stories that you tell others.
Understanding that to rise higher in your ladder of success, you have to take on more responsibility. Responsibility of your clients, students, family and others who depend on you for advice and direction. And above all responsibility for our own actions.
You can NEVER get away from taking any responsibility at all?
In this world the one who takes most responsibility, is the one who gets rewarded the most.
Choosing Self-Empowerment over Victimhood
Whether it is your health, finances or relationships – success in any major area of your life is directly proportional to the extent you take responsibility for it.
Because taking responsibility makes you empowered.
When we blame others for our conditions, we give our power away. This creates a drain on our mind and body and we feel Dis-empowered. We become victims to our circumstances.
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