I must take responsibility for my actions, my well-being and the attainment of my maximum potential.
Focus on what you can change and not on what you can’t. Work on improving yourself instead of focusing on trying to change others. Act on your potential to learn and grow and start sharing your experiences, knowledge, and insights with others. Initiate change; condition your mind to be flexible, and accept responsibility for your actions and behavior.
We need to be mindful each day of the fact that we are responsible for our actions. We can choose to reinvent ourselves; true leaders lead themselves first. People look at
your behavior in two ways; you are either an example or you’re a warning. If you want things to change, start now. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a plan, let alone a perfect plan. What matters is getting to it and executing. Everything else will fall into place.
If your community has a problem, schedule a meeting with concerned neighbors. If your workplace has an issue, gather for coffee with like-minded colleagues. If your family has a conflict, open new lines of communication. Your efforts may not lead to a viable plan of action, but you’ll never come close to developing a solution unless you begin.
Right now… ask yourself…”What is my intention every day?”