TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR ME!!Many of us are grown up enough- indeed have the respect for self- to take full ownership and responsibility for our choices.A great article from friend Clint.Read it and reflect upon it as it relates to just good old yoy.If you feel uncomfortable, and think it’s time to become a person who truly is responsible for their own actions and outcomes, find the courage within to seek out guidance on how to achieve life transformation from immature to a responsible grown up.Time to end the blame game.Be safe and respect those around you! luvTaking-Responsibility-For-OurselvesThe bottom line is that I am responsible for my own well-being, my own happiness. The choices and decisions I make regarding my life directly influence the quality of my days. —Kathleen AndrusThere is no provision for blaming others in our lives. Who we are is a composite of the actions, attitudes, choices, decisions we’ve made up to now. For many of us, predicaments may have resulted from our decisions to not act when the opportunity arose. But these were decisions, no less, and we must take responsibility for making them.We need not feel utterly powerless and helpless about the events of our lives. True, we cannot control others, and we cannot curb the momentum of a situation, but we can choose our own responses to both; these choices will heighten our sense of self and well-being and may well positively influence the quality of the day.I will accept responsibility for my actions, but not for the outcome of a situation; that is all that’s requested of me. It is one of the assignments of life, and homework is forthcoming.From Each Day a New Beginning: Daily Meditations for Women by Karen Casey © 1982, 1991 by Hazelden Foundation. KEITH BRAY Master Certified Coach khbray@rogers.com www.coached2success.com

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