Q. What happens when we keep passing the buck and blaming others for our own errors and shortcomings?
We get a reputation as a shirker a liability who wont accept being made accountable. Not only does this do us no favours at all in the eyes of others, it also means were less likely to learn from the incident because weve already convinced ourselves its somebody elses fault. The solution? To take ownership of the incident and make amends in the best possible way.
Q. Are You?
– Honest Enough To Admit Youre Often Passing The Buck?
– Losing Trust And Respect As A Result?
– Determined Instead To Take Ownership?
Begin making the transformation today!
Q. Whats In It For You?
– Learn How To Turn All Such Negatives Into Positives
– Gain Newfound Trust And Respect From Self And Others
– Watch As Your Life And Opportunities Expand
Only by taking ownership in this way do we give ourselves the chance to learn and progress and make a difference. If we dont then we remain as we are motionless, dismissive and devoid of respect. Seeing it from this perspective, we realise there really is only one way forward to refrain from blaming our environment (family, friends, colleagues, etc) and instead take absolute ownership of all that we do.
How do we achieve this? Simple we start by being honest with ourselves and progress to becoming honest with those around us. Once in this habit, we open our lives to positive change and notice it rippling out into our environment. Most importantly, we develop trust and respect within ourselves and from others. Result our integrity comes to the fore and our relationships and opportunities expand its as simple as that.
INQUIRY: Take a look back over the last few weeks at the number of occasions where you passed the buck instead of taking ownership. What made you do that? What could you have done differently?
ACTION: For the next thirty days, take ownership of your errors and shortcomings. Act with integrity and be honest with yourself and others. Notice how much better you feel and the difference youre able to make. Stretch yourself a little more each day.
Make A Habit Of Taking Ownership Of Your “Issues”