Why you must take personal responsibility for your own successes and failures, and never make the mistake of blaming others or the circumstances of your life in order to deflect blame away from yourself. How blaming others and not taking personal responsibility for your own life prevents you from reaching your full potential.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who got dumped by his girlfriend of nine months after he admitted to her that he lied about several things he told her initially about himself when they first met. After admitting his dishonesty, it started a slow relationship death spiral that led to her giving him a long list of reasons why she was ending their relationship even though she had maintained that everything was OK.
The second email is from a viewer who is eating a terrible acidic diet and has had many health challenges. He asks about Network Chiropractic Care and if it is really necessary, making healthy salads and juicing vegetables. The third email is from a viewer who has not been properly applying what I teach and blames me for his failures, instead of taking personal responsibility for his own actions and mistakes.
“Your success or failure in life is your responsibility and your responsibility alone. Anytime we try to blame others or the circumstances of our lives for our lack of success or our lack of what we want, we are simply refusing to take any personal responsibility for our own lives. When we blame others for our failure or lack of success, we give our power away and put ourselves in a mindset that we are powerless to do anything to help ourselves. Therefore, we don’t take action to move our lives forward, nothing changes and we become stuck in a vicious cycle of wanting, not having what we want and consistently being disappointed. Having goals, desires and dreams without taking action is meaningless. You must participate in your own rescue. If you don’t, it is impossible to reach your full potential.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne