Wed, 13 July 2016
Lifelong childhood friends Tom Stewart and John W. Curren discuss blame. How to take responsibility for our actions and not blame others for where we are in life. Racism and the divide in the United States is also discussed. How can we change ourselves and our own prejudice.
BLAME IS LAME askita episode 66
It will keep you personally responsible for your own actions - you are ultimately responsible for how much progress you make every day. Evaluate yourself and get rid of excuses.
helps you measure your success and progress.
It can help you silence the devil on your shoulder that whispers doubtful messages in your ear.
Find a partner who will hold you accountable
Get a coach or a mentor to help you along the way. Mentors - They do not have to be an expert. Sometimes they can be just a little further along than you. Sometimes it is just someone who you can relate to that will call you out when you start making excuses for yourself.
Make the Habit a Priority
Research what it is you want to change about yourself.
Start small – small wins lead to big changes
Write it down
Accept failure and learn from it. Fall down, stand up, repeat.
Blame- there is a lesson to be learned in all failure.
Admit responsibility that you might have helped create the problem. Where you are now is often a direct result of your own choices and how you chose to react to certain situations.
Let go of the problem and focus on how to solve it or avoid the issue next time.
I’m gonna make a change, for once in my life
It’s gonna feel real good, gonna make a difference
Gonna make it right... m starting with the man in the mirror
I’m asking him to change his ways. Michael Jacksons Man in the mirror.
"All blame is a waste of time. No matter how much fault you find with another, and regardless of how much you blame him, it will not change you. The only thing blame does is to keep the focus off you when you are looking for external reasons to explain your unhappiness or frustration. You may succeed in making another feel guilty about something by blaming him, but you won't succeed in changing whatever it is about you that is making you unhappy." — Wayne Dyer