We all have roles in our lives. Our roles are as parents, children, spouses, bosses, employees, etc. These roles come with responsibility, accountability, and ownership.
There are times when these roles can require help to do them.
As a parent you may need daycare or a babysitter. As child you may need . . . → Read More: Delegating your responsibility
I really hate when I’m wrong. Unfortunately for me, I am wrong a lot. As a matter of fact, I have been wrong enough that I consider myself an expert in how to deal with being wrong. I am sure I will have a chance to practice the advice I am about to give . . . → Read More: When you are wrong
Money can only buy so much happiness. Beyond that, happiness is your choice and you are the only one who can take responsibility for your happiness.
This responsibility is described by Stephen Covey as your ability to choose your response. Simply said, it is your responsibility to be happy and to take . . . → Read More: Key to happiness = action
Trying to live up to someone else’s expectations is not a good idea. The belief is that trying to satisfy someone who you are intimated by will somehow help you to win. Striving to impress other people will take away who you really are and slow down your progress to become the person you . . . → Read More: Impressing others is not so impressive
We are told what to do at some point by just about everyone we know. Your boss tells you what to do, so do your parents, friends, spouse, family members, and even commercials. It can seem like you don’t have a choice in the matter. If someone who has authority over you tells you . . . → Read More: I’ll tell you what to do. It is your decision