April 15: Blame and PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY

When we blame others for ANYTHINGwe give away our power.  If we blame our self and accept full responsibility for EVERYTHING, we take back our power and we hold on to it.  We become responsible, accountable, build credibility with ourselves and others, and we begin to earn and deserve confidence in our own abilities.

Blaming others is the same as criticizing them and putting all the negative energy and responsibility on them, and it will elicit a negative, destructive response, in which they will harbor anger, bitterness,  and resentment towards us.  Blaming is the fastest way to drive love and people OUT of our lives.  Blaming others destroys trust and sends a message that we don’t trust others, and that we don’t trust ourselves.

Accepting responsibility, practicing accountability, and acknowledging our role in ALL things, helps us to retain our power and energy within most situations and exhibits strength and humility.  It fosters an environment in which, if repeated consistently, others will eventually be inspired to follow suit, think it’s cool, and do the same.


We all want to get better, stronger, and wiser.  We all naturally want to improve, progress, and grow, especially when the outcome is positive and the energy created by responses in our environment are positive.  An EXCELLENT way to do this is by taking responsibility for EVERYTHING going on in our lives.  

We are 100% responsible for the personal reality we create, manifest, attract, and project.

Today’s challenge for myself:  Today I will remember to blame no one for anything, and will remember to accept responsibility for everything.  I will quickly admit my mistakes and learn from them.

Tom Bilyeu is consistently raw and real, which is why I love his work and follow him closely.  He holds nothing back, pulls no punches, and is HIGHLY effective in his personal, self-recreation process, and empowers others with the opportunities to do the same.  Want a perspective-check?  Time Bilyeu is a great source.

Gary Vaynerchuck is a great source for a perspective-check on personal accountability, as well.

 

Wayne Dyer has some incredible advice about taking responsibility for everything:

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Remember:  Mindset matters.  Character counts.  That which we choose to consistently focus on is what EXPANDS in our lives.  WE CREATE our personal realities.

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