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#423785 - 05/31/12 02:18 AM Accountability Reaps Rewards  
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When we discover there’s something going wrong in life, we have two choices. The two choices are as follows: 1.) Complain and Blame 2.) Change Ultimately beating yourself up about a situation will create more of the same in the future, therefore attracting the very same situations that you beat yourself up over…continuing the vicious cycle of frustration and anger. Instead of this approach, why not ask, “How can this situation serve me?” In other words, if things don’t go right, you can pull one good thing out of that experience. So instead of focusing on the wrong, you can focus on what you can take away from that experience that will help you next time. In the larger scheme of things, if you think your problems are “out there” then you ‘ll continue to look “out there” for the solutions. Keep in mind that if you blame someone else for your problems then THEY have to change in order for you to be happy and have what you want. Reality Check----It never works! Unfortunately, many people take this victim road and end up in a big ditch. Instead of being the victim be accountable. In fact, put accountability on steroids, and realize that success and happiness will come when you take accountability for EVERY single thing in your life…and that means everything…even when you think it’s not your “fault”. The greatest results only come when you become accountable for everything in your life.

#423788 - 05/31/12 07:57 AM Re: Accountability Reaps Rewards [Re: innersky23]  
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much of this rings true but also there is this way to look at another side of this coin leaving still a third side of view...and that is should you take accountabilty for EVERYTHING then you become self victimized...


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