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Do “bad things” happen in your life? I’m sure they do. What is your first reaction when they happen (hopefully not all at the same time)?

Complaining?

Blaming others?

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Just take the responsibility and keep on going?

In one of the seminars I attended, (I can’t remember which seminar and who the speaker is) one of the speakers said something that made me ponder.

He said, in order to be a successful person, you must take the responsible for whatever things that happen to you. (Both good and bad)

Most people prefer to blame others because that’s the easier way to get out of troubles but on the other side of the coin, it keeps them from being a successful person.

Picture this. If a thief broke into someone’s house and when he (let’s assume that he’s a male) find that out, he gone mad, curse the thief, blame the policemen and the security guard.

Think of this for a moment. Will that help him at all? Yes, it probably makes him feel good but it would not help him to prevent the thief from breaking in for the second time in the future.

That’s what I mean of killing the success by not taking a proper responsibility.

Not only you should not blame others or push the responsibility to others but you should not feel bad of yourself too.

Why?

It’s because, that won’t solve the problem, help you to grow or accelerate you to success either.

In my mind, the right way is to take the responsible by identifying the problem and rectify it such as install a better alarm and security system.

That may be a smarter move to take. Why?

Because, if you take it as a lesson, you will learn more things and appear to be more mature.

On the other hand if you don’t blame others, you will be able to sustain the good relationship that you have put in a lot of effort to build.

That’s pretty much like to kill two birds with one stone.

Do you agree? Is there something else you want to add? Say it!

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    • http://www.justkeepthechange.com/ Alex Kay

      Hey Raymond,

      I think you’re absolutely right.

      Responsibilty is a really important key in the “path” to a more happy and successfull life.

    • raymond

      Hi Alex,

      I’m happy to hear that. :)

    • http://www.hypnose1.dk Hypnose

      Hi Raymond

      Not onlu will you appear to be more responsible, you will eventually become more responsible.

      It s like the more you do it, the more you do it… If you understand…

    • http://www.justkeepthechange.com/ Alex Kay

      Hypnose… Yeah, that’s what this site is ‘all’ about. The law of attraction :)

    • raymond

      Hi Hypnose,

      That’s right. Fake it till you make it. :)

    • raymond

      Hi Alex,

      You understand my blog very well. :P

    • Rose

      Hi Raymond,
      My answer to the above “Just take the responsibility and keep on going”. Yes, I agree, always say what can I learn from this event. Where did I go wrong? What amendment can be done? It make you a more creative person in solving new things and gain many new experiences. Thanks for sharing this post.

    • raymond

      Hi Rose,

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts. :)

      That’s really a nice one.

    • http://www.amishtables.com Dining Room Tables

      Raymond, responsibility consists of two words: response and ability. The requirement in all situations is to be able to respond to the situation in a mature and practical way. This will result in one taking responsibility as it is popularly known. The problem usually is inability to respond appropriately and also being afraid to ask for help.

    • raymond

      Hi Dining Room Tables,

      Thanks for sharing the knowledge. :)

      I’m sure that many readers will gain benefits from your comment.

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    • Benjamin

      Its like they taught at the Robbins seminar I attended last summer.

      Step up!

    • http://everett.gaia.com/blog Everett

      A lot of my friends say “You’re so lucky” and in response I say “You know it’s funny… the harder I work the luckier I get.”

    • raymond

      Hi Benjamin,

      That must be one of the best seminar you have ever attended. ;)

    • raymond

      Hi Everett,

      I love your reply. Maybe I can use the sentence too when people say I’m lucky.

      I must be fun to see how they respond to my reply. :D

    • http://www.reason4smile.com Robert @ reason4smile

      Hi Raymond,
      I totally agree with you, many like to put away the responsibilities out of their hands with excuses. Blaming God, parents, or others instead of evaluating their mistakes and choosing to grow.

      I’ve got a post on excuses that you may like, do check it out my article, Excuses you need to stop

      Thanks for the following quote you share
      “in order to be a successful person, you must take the responsible for whatever things that happen to you. (Both good and bad)”

      Cheers,
      Robert

    • http://www.preschoolmama.com PreSchool Mama

      It took me a while to get that blaming others or myself would do no good. I’ve been better about handling problems the last couple of years. I focus on being rational and calm.

      That’s what getting older does to you!

    • raymond

      Hi Preschool Mama,

      Phew! Glad to hear that you have get over it. :)

      The last line is funny. ;)

    • raymond

      Hi Robert,

      Thanks for sharing the related link.

      I wish all the people around me stop blaming others and begin to take their responsibility.

    • http://puppyintraining.com Colby

      It’s funny sometimes how you read these posts and they apply directly to something that happened to you recently.

      I asked someone to watch my dog for a few minutes while I ran a few errands. They didn’t keep a close eye and he wondered out of our office area and towards some of our clients (not very professional). At first I blamed the person who I asked to watch my dog, but later decided he is ultimately my responsibility and if he wonders off into trouble then I am responsible.

      Just wanted to share that short story. Thanks for the great article!

    • raymond

      Hi Colby,

      Thanks for sharing your story.

      I used to blame a lot of people too. :)

      Thanks god that I have identified my problem and take some action to change it.

    • http://www.scrapsofmind.com Karen (Karooch from Scraps of Mind)

      I’m a strong advocate of taking responsibility for your life and for the outcomes Raymond. I have real concerns about our society’s growing trend to expect someone else to take responsibility and pay for whatever befalls us.

    • raymond

      Hi Karen,

      I’m sharing your concern too.

      As human are getting more advance, we have the tendency to rely on the outer things such as technology and other people.

      Unknowingly, it destroys the sense of responsibility in most of us.

    • http://dizzyobrian.org Brian

      Taking responsibility is taking charge of your life, instead of letting life ‘happen’ to you.

    • raymond

      Hi Brian,

      That’s true. We create our lives rather than it happens by itself.

      It’s just that some people don’t realize it. :)

    • http://www.earnestparenting.com AmyL

      Great post! Teaching my kids to be responsible is one of my higher aims in life. It’s not an easy lesson to learn though. :)

    • raymond

      Hi Amy,

      I’m very proud of you and your passion to educate the young generation.

      Your blog gives a lot of great parenting tips. :)

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    • http://www.pspgoguide.com/ PSP Go

      I think you are right, there is a very good theorist on this type of topic called William Glasser and he has control and choice theory which are a great way for you to gain control of your life and learn about the ways that your choices govern the consequences of your life.

    • http://www.wallmirrorstogo.com décor mirrors

      Your right! You must be responsible to be successful and live a happy life. Great post here!

    • http://packleaderwithin.com Pack Leader Within

      I usually curse like hell, but that’s just a way to let it out. I find that once I’ve released the initial anger I find that my mind is a little bit more relaxed and like you said. If you ignore the anger, then it may eat you up. But you’re right, in the end, you need to take responsibility.





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