TOTD – July 16, 2012

It’s easy to blame other people or things for our failures. We could blame the economy, our boss, our relatives, the weather, or any number of things. However, keep in mind that although it may make us feel better and perhaps less of a failure, all blaming does is it puts control into someone else’s hands. You need to be the main source of your success, not someone else.

When you start to accept responsibility for the results you get in life, you also take back the power to change your future outcome. No one is going to care about turning your life around as much as you will and until you stop giving control away to other people, your list of why you’ve failed at achieving your goals is only going to get longer.

– Kevin Ngo

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