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February 13, 2017

Stop Trading Blame

“People may fail many times, but they become failure only when they begin to blame someone else” - Anonymous

There is one thing about failure; the more you continue blaming someone else for your mistakes called failure, achieving success in such an effort is very difficult. Blaming someone for your mistakes is a sign of mediocrity and failure, achievers in making will not look for someone to blame when things go wrong and will not give excuses rather be happy for making an attempt that never yield result, learn from such mistakes, take it as a challenge and step forward with new approach to continue working towards the dream.

A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit.” says Arnold H. Glasow; just like a good leader, even if there is someone to blame, be ready to take more of the share; it is the best way to get the lesson out of it to take better decision. There is one thing I have come to realize about trading blame, it’s always for those who only wish, not the visionarys. Robert Anthony advises “When you blame others, you give up your power to change.”

Could it be true that the reason why you are looking for someone to blame is because you pay too much attention to other peoples judgement? This is accoding to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart who says “I pay no attention whatever to anybody's praise or blame. I simply follow my own feelings.” In as much you are ready to receive all the glory when succed, then be ready to take the responsibility for not getting it right yet. If you are looking for someone to blame in other to get it right just look into the mirror. Success is your birth right; you can only have it when stop blaming someone else.

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