Was there ever a time you felt like you had no control over what was happening in and around your life, or are you more likely to see problems as opportunities you can act on?
In this episode, I’m discussing radical responsibility, a transformative concept that can help you acknowledge and take action on situations or issues big and small. I’m talking about the difference between radical responsibility and victim mentality. And I’m sharing my steps to taking radical responsibility. I’m even sharing something I’ve never shared publicly before; the business setbacks that taught me lessons about trusting my gut over my head and heart.
“It’s important to recognize when you’re not taking responsibility.”
“We live in a blame culture. It’s so much easier to blame the other person than it is to take a hard look at ourselves and acknowledge our responsibility.”
“When we accept the idea that we are wholly responsible for our success and our happiness, we see possibility.”
“Radical responsibility means acknowledging that the cause and the control of our lives lie in us, not in individuals or events outside us.”
“We can redefine problems as opportunities, we choose to learn, and we can do better and be better.”
Key Points of the Episode:
- What is radical responsibility
- Lorraine’s lessons in radical responsibility.
- The steps to help you take radical responsibility.
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