Accountability equals dependability. I mean this. If you make a mistake, you should be owning up to it instead of avoiding it. Everyone makes mistakes, just remember that it is okay and it is now a learning experience, and be better for it.
We should all take equal pride in our strengths and shortcomings. I refrain from making excuses. Instead, I develop resolutions. Resolutions are an acknowledgment of the challenges we face, coupled with a solution for overcoming
Being responsible is a way of being and thinking for yourself, and it can empower you. Because you have accepted accountability for your actions, you will feel increased control over events in your life.
For others, it may be easier to be irresponsible. Being accountable is demanding, but it is important to rise to the occasion. We tend to police our own actions because we have a responsibility to ourselves. You must be able to depend on yourself before others can.
When we voice responsibility for our actions, other leadership mavens will take notice. You can be an example for them to follow because you are responsible and trustworthy. They know that they can depend on you to be there when they need help. Being dependable, our decisions and actions will affect and influence others.
Persistence, honesty, and integrity are fundamental traits that I possess. You should rely on these traits when you accept accountability for shortcomings.
Today, my ability to accept responsibility has a positive impact on others. I am looked to for guidance, and I am always seeking new ways to guide others to achieve greatness. It feels great to know others can rely on me to help them overcome their personal or professional obstacles.
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