Whose Fault?

It’s very easy to criticize others, make excuses, and rationalize your lack of results in any aspect of your life.

You can even find people that will listen to you, sympathize with you, and agree with you. But that is not what you need.

You need a real friend one that will force you to look in the mirror and ask tough questions. All those people you don’t get along with…all those projects you didn’t get…all those jobs you lost…and those broken relationships…they have a common denominator – that person in the mirror.

Don’t concern yourself with the external; control your behavior, your reactions, your thoughts, your actions, and your habits. Man up and take responsibility.

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