Accept Full Responsibilities for Your Failures and Mistakes

Curtis G Martin

By Curtis G Martin

Growing up, some of the decisions I've made lead to many bad choices and sometimes embarrassing mistakes.

All I could think about doing was, keeping my head down, not wanting to be seen, or just excepting failure as my reality. It seems like the easy way out, find someone blame or chalk it up to me being a product of my environment, and this is the way it's supposed to be. I've learned that I can't let those mistakes define me.If I wanted to be successful, I had to own it, learn from it, and move on. Now, as an entrepreneur and business owner, I have had my share of failures on their journey to becoming successful. I look at my failures, dissect them, and this is where invaluable lessons are learned. When I fail at something, I see opportunities and anticipate the unexpected more quickly. To be successful, I am open to admitting when I have made bad decisions so that the people following in my footsteps can learn from my mishaps. Learning from failures, this is what's called wisdom, and if you lack it, you can't be too proud and stuck in your ego to recognize mistakes as valuable learning moments for you and others.

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Accepting responsibility for your failures or mistakes is the first step in creating a better life for yourself. It can be difficult, especially when you worry about what other people may think of you.Quit worrying about what other people think. You will feel happier and relaxed. Practice using the list of items below to take responsibility for your current situation?

Don’t accuse someone else of the decisions you have made.Understand that it is ok to make bad decisions. People will not think less of you. You will more than likely gain respect from your peers when you admit your failures.

Be yourself. Don't pretend to be someone or something you're not; it isn't a good look. Admitting your mistakes and taking responsibility, you can learn and quickly grow from it.

Work on improving your confidence When your confidence is high, your dignity and self-respect will allow you to be the person you were meant to be.  

Work on improving your confidence When your confidence is high, your dignity and self-respect will allow you to be the person you were meant to be. 

 Strengthen your faith. When you have confidence in your abilities, you won't become defensive when you make a mistake. Acknowledging your involvement in a situation and taking responsibility becomes natural. 

 Be of service to others; it teaches empathy, and compassion, characteristics that help you to overcome egotistical behaviors. 

 There or ways to let go of your fear. Don't let fear allow you to be insecure. 

 Accept who you are. Look in the mirror, and practice loving you, appreciate you, accept you for the person you are. Practice seeing things objectively without bias and prejudice.Get rid of self-hate. Get free of feeling victimized. 

Picture yourself as a survivor and not a victim.Remember, misery loves company., you can leapfrog your old self and live your dreams. 

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