Why you must accept personal responsibility for your life, happiness, relationships, career, health, finances and success, or you are powerless to create the life and lifestyle of your dreams because you will always blame others for your failures and therefore, never do nothing to help yourself, or change your situation.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a woman who blames me for the fact that her boyfriend dumped her. He found my work because he was not happy with the way things were in their relationship. She got her heart broken when she was a teenager and made the decision back then, that come hell or high water, all of her future relationships would be 50/50 from that point forward. That caused her to not listen to her heart and instead follow her head, not trust her feelings, not be natural and authentic, be a control freak and also hold back emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically.
After finding my work, her boyfriend had obviously had enough when she continued to be controlling, combative and difficult. Therefore, he dumped her. I discuss why she needs to take personal responsibility for her relationship failure and change her unloving, unhealthy and unbalanced approach to relationships, or she will cause all of her future relationships to end for the same reasons.
“We must accept personal responsibility for our own success and happiness in life. The moment we make our success or happiness dependent upon acts of God, blind luck or the actions of others, we lose the ability to successfully achieve our desired outcomes. Why? Most people in the world make their success and happiness dependent upon things outside of themselves. Living this way is a statement to the universe that you are powerless to influence the circumstances of your own life. It’s a state of learned helplessness. Successful people take personal responsibility for everything that happens to them or that shows up in their lives. Everything that happens to them, good or bad, is directly related to their actions, focus, emotions and beliefs. Therefore, they and they alone have the power to make their lives the way they want. Taking personal responsibility for your own life means you are the pilot and not a passenger.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne