Business Tips: Stop Blaming Others and Start Taking Responsibility

Business Tips: Stop Blaming Others and Start Taking Responsibility

Awesome Tip: Stop Blaming Others and Start Taking Responsibility



Accountability is the surprising secret to happiness.

When you’re accountable … when you think everything is your fault … when you don’t blame anybody else … you realize you’re in full control. You stop feeling helpless, and you start to get happier.


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19 Replies to “Business Tips: Stop Blaming Others and Start Taking Responsibility”

  1. Don’t blame others for not living a satisfying life. You own your life! You can do anything you want with it. The sooner you get this, the sooner you can move on in the direction of your dreams.

  2. IF YOU DON'T LIKE WHERE YOU ARE, MOVE SOMEWHERE ELSE. In every possible sense. I built my current life on this philosophy and also – literally – my YouTube channel. I didn't like where I was living, working, having a long term relationship, so I changed it. I left everything and started travelling full time around the world. If I end up in a place I don't like now, I can't complain: I chose it. And as I chose it, so I can change it. I've never been happier in my life.

  3. so i agree with accountability 100%. i believe in it and i love accountability too. but a random question popped up in my head. how do people see that getting into depression or anxiety and such are their faults? i know sometimes shit happens and what your responsibility is how you react to certain situations. but how do you keep yourself from getting into depression or any such psychological problems?

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