Responsibility, is not a BAD WORD!

Responsible people require very little in the way of boosting, encouraging and motivating. They have already accepted the task or charge given to them, and are committed to its completion. You don’t have to check up on them every hour, neither will you have to come behind them and finish what they been given the responsibility to do. They are not complainers, slothful, lazy, or sneaky. They will spend very little time in accusations and name dropping to save themselves from embarrasment or blame. They will take the blame and accept the mistake as their own. If you allow them the opportunity, they will demonstrate to you what real character is. For in the absence of supervision, they yet perform with great drive and success. Responsibility becomes and attitude, not just a job to perform. They are not performing to please you, but to please their own principles and morals. They have learned, realized, and or decided that responsibility is an attribute worth maintaining. It can be taught, it can be learned, it can be realized, and it can be adopted. In order to start becoming more responsible one must learn to dismiss the excuses, and be willing to accept the highs and the lows, the joys and the pains, the victory’s and defeats. It’s all apart of building character and integrity. You’ve got it in you!


Copyright © 2006 Kenneth Martin, Jr.

Practical Personal Development

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