By Gene Bedley
Responsibility requires I master the following list by
Knowing, Believing & Doing/Using
There are Four areas of Responsibility that I need to learn and master . 1) Personal Goals 2) Relational Goals
3) Achievement Goals and 4) Charitable Goals
- I recognize the way I become responsible is do a little bit better today than I did yesterday. My better becomes my best!
- I know that being a responsible person is a daily decision!
- I recognize the importance of focusing on today not spending time reviewing yesterday or thinking about tomorrow.
- I find a way I don’t make excuses.
- I Know if I’m going to do anything new I will have failures.
- Failure doesn’t get me down! I’ve learned how to get up and overcome my failures! I’m resilient!
- Responsible people don’t give up they get up! write the word QUIT and draw a line through it every day!
- Mistakes will happen when I have bold dreams and set big goals. There just bumps in the road.
- I have learned language to help me get over it! when I fail.( forget about It) (get over it) (it don’t matter)
- I recognize that if I’m growing I will be confronted with obstacles that I need to overcome!
- My word is one of the most important qualities of a responsible person.
- You can depend on me to always keep my word!
- I recognize the power of making and keeping my agreements.
- Destiny is on the side of those that show initiative and are responsible.
- I am known for taking initiative and not waiting for someone to tell me what to do.
- “If it needs to be done I’ll be the one” is my motto!
- I start my homework using a pre-planned schedule.
- I work in 15 minute blocks to make best use of my concentration skills. (Research Tested)
- I finish my assignments in a timely manner.
- I prioritize my responsibilities for each day!
- I know the payoffs of responsibility give me leverage now and in the future.
- I totally understand the economic gains and losses of managing my resources!
- I’m clear about the gains and losses in building healthy and lasting relationships.
- I recognize one of the greatest investment of my responsibility skills is in helping others.
- Increasing the margin from my self and my interest toward others is the major avenue toward responsibility.
- I recognize the importance of reminders in my journey of becoming a responsible person!
- I need to create reminders to guarantee I follow through with my responsibilities.
- I recognize the importance of being on time and having the tools to complete the tasks waiting for me.
- I know the importance of social skills when meeting new people including stepping forward, making eye contact, and greeting others.
- As a Responsible Person-I make good decisions and poor decisions!
- When writing goals it important to use the words “I WILL”
- I know It’s equally important to put three steps I will take in meeting each goal.
- I understand how to write S.M.A.R.T. Goals.
- I need both short term goals and long term goals in my responsibility journey.
- I recognize that my “Self Thought Language” can either strengthen me or weaken me.
- I always have options in how to think. I can say “I can’t take it anymore” or “I can take this and a whole lot more baby, bring it on!”
- A responsible person gets energy from work they don’t use words like “I’m burned out”.
- I know how to generate resources which gives me greater autonomy and freedom in becoming a responsible person.
- I know each choice I make, makes me the person that I am becoming!
- If I hang out with chickens I’m going to cluck like chickens. I will become like the people I hang out with!
- I know there are steps in becoming responsible “You cannot create honey until you gather the pollen!”
- You need required sleep to give you the energy in becoming responsible.
- I know that responsible people are skilled problem solvers! They have a process and a procedure for solving problems.
- I always need to focus on where I’m going to, not what I’m going through.
- A life is not important except in the impact it has on others.
- Law of return is clear in helping us realize we reap what we sow! It’s important to make generosity a priority!
- I need to surround my self with people who find a way!
- Responsibility- You don’t always get what you wish for, You get what you work for!
- You are always responsible for how you behave regardless of how you feel!
- The morning hours are the foundation for the rest of your day, responsibility is the foundation for the rest of your life!
Destiny is on the side of those who demonstrate initiative and responsibility – Gene Bedley