Surprisingly, many people would rather do nothing and continue to complain.
But we’re talking about you here, so if you’d like to choose your life, all you need as a first step is to take responsibility for the life you’ve created so far.
Life is like a game of chess.
Who is responsible for making the decisions in chess?
Once you take that first step, that simple yet profound choice opens a wonderful new world of opportunity for you.
“No man will succeed unless he is ready to face and overcome difficulties and is prepared to assume responsibilities.”
~~ William J.H. Boetcker
(American religious leader and public speaker 1873–1962)
This is Part 2 of a 7-Part Series “Are You Finding Times Tough?”
This article follows closely on the heels of Part 1 Finding Times Tough? How to Take Charge Today and Get a Happy Life . Part 1 teaches you how to take charge of your life and gives you a simple way to gain confidence.
This is the next step in taking charge of your life.
What Does Taking Responsibility Mean?
- stop blaming other people, government and corporations for your life
- stop waiting for someone else to tell you what to do
- stop waiting for someone else to change your life
- stop waiting for someone else to help you
- stop feeling sorry for yourself
- stop allowing ill-health to drive your life
- start doing whatever it takes to understand why and how you’ve created your life so far
- decide you are the person who changes your life to what you want
You are the person who creates your life, no-one else.
Just as in a game of chess, take responsibility for the outcome.
In tough times this is probably the last thing you want to hear.
Other people, government and corporations may well have contributed to your issues but bottom line your life is your doing.
And really, would you want it any other way?
Because this is a point of confusion for so many, my book “Just Like That!” fully explains why it is you who creates your life, how to take responsibility for it and what to do to turn it into a life you love. Understanding your involvement is a vital key to overcoming tough times forever.
Even if taking responsibility is hard to do, being the person responsible is actually GOOD NEWS!
If it is you who’s created your life to this stage it means you can also start today choosing and creating what you truly want. That sounds like great news to me.
You Always Have Free Will – Even if That Means Doing Nothing
You may choose to take this on or you may not.
And that’s okay, perhaps another time.
But the sooner you take responsibility the better it is for you. Obviously.