MORE IDEAS FROM Operation You: Taking Personal Responsibility
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Many of the people you admire have amazing and educational stories. Consider what you can learn from those who came before you. Pay particular attention to the systems, routines, and habits your idols implemented on their path to achieving their dreams.
The key is personal responsibility. When you take your personal responsibility, you become tge incharge of your life.
Cause is a position of empowerment. Effect is disempowering.
Excuses are null and void. To take full responsibility for your life means whatever goes wrong comes back to you. It’s not the easy road, that’s for sure.
A journal is a simple way to record your progress. You decide how your journal would be. At the start of each day, write down three things you can do to make your day wonderful. At the end of each day, write down three great things that happened that day, and also one thing you could have done to make the day better. You can even express Gratitude.
Mindfulness is when you are seeking awareness. One of my favorite mindfulness exercises is sitting quietly with a cup of coffee and fully engaging with the experience.
Not everything in life is in your control.
The stuff that happens to you is often out of your control.
The stuff that happens because of you and your actions is completely in your control. In understanding this, you put the power in your own hands and remove it from those around you.
The actions you take lead to the outcomes you achieve. Those actions are based on the beliefs you hold to be true. If you believe you are in control,you empower yourself to charge forth and get what you want from this life .
... for the outcomes of your life. This means that you accept whatever problem you have in your life as your own job to fix.
It does not matter if it was your fault. It does not matter if it is or isn't fair. It doesn't matter what put you into this situation. Reaching for reasons why you aren't responsible for the problem is how you justify not taking action.
“The moment you take personal responsibility for everything in your life is the moment you can change anything in your life.”
One of the worst things burnout does is to take away the pleasure you once had in your work. And even after recovering you might not recapture the same enthusiasm you once had.
Instead of joy, you start to dread each day and your previous passion and excitement get lost. Cynicism, lack of enthusiasm, and feeling disconnected from your work are some of the key signs of occupational burnout.
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