Did you know that when you take 100 percent responsibility for holding yourself accountable, your performance will improve, your relationships will flourish, your market value will soar, people’s respect for you will skyrocket, you will be a great example for others to follow, and your self-esteem will grow too? How is it that in all these areas of your life you can see such dramatic improvement? Because when you hold yourself accountable to doing the things you know you should do, you will distinguish yourself from the crowd. I am convinced if you want to advance your life personally or professionally, you must hold yourself accountable for your actions, responsibilities, and goals. Think about it. Why should it be someone else’s job to make sure you are doing the things that you know you should to be doing? As you chew on this also think about the quote below: "My belief is that personal freedom cannot grow beyond personal responsibility. The more people that learn... [Continue reading]
I can tell you for free that every time you try doing something that will change the way your life looks right now, you are bound to get lots of discouragement from different people, especially from the least expected quarters. In fact, besides discouraging you, they might even engage in "exercises" that will bring you down. My word of encourangement this week is this: Don't let the silly little dramas of each day get to you and put you down. Always remember you are here to do greater things...
Honesty is a fundamental ingredient in life. It comes into play majorly especially when we make mistakes in life. My quote for the week boarders around honesty in relation to these mistakes we make in life. "Although we all make mistakes in life, the situation could be changed if we choose to honestly look at the mistakes we have made and acknoweldge them. The problem occurs when we try to hide our mistakes, trying to cover them instead of learning from them and allowing other people to learn from our mistakes too. We need to learn to deal honestly with mistakes that we make and be responsible and accountable for them. because in not doing so, we create more problems for ourselves. If we live by the rule of honesty and accept that there is a problem or challenge that has come up, then we can go far down the road of achievement because then, we open doors to looking for solutions. It all starts with honesty. Derived from the book Think Big