Lou Ludwig Success Tips: April 2014

Accept It and Take Responsibility to Change It

 

Accept It and Take Responsibility to Change It

“Acceptance of what has happened is the first step to

over-coming the consequence of any misfortune.”

 William James 1842 – 1910, American Psychologist,

Philosopher

 

As I see it. . . . . . . .

 

Accept it and take responsibility to change it

 

You may not always be in control of a misfortune coming into your life, but you can accept the fact that the condition has occurred. Accepting the condition is the first step in successfully correcting it.

 

Denial of the condition will most likely make the condition to become worst . . . . and make it increasing difficult for you to successfully correct the condition without occurring additional pain.

 

After a misfortune has happened you have evaluate the condition and make a decision on what would be the best course action to take.  You can either change it . . . . correct it . . . . or successfully modify the condition to an acceptable level.

 

You may not have created the condition. But you have to accept the fact that the condition has occurred . . . . and take the responsibility to correct the circumstances. Followed up with massive action . . . . to create your desired outcome.

 

When your facing an unacceptable condition . . . . Accept it and take responsibility to change it . . . .

 

©2014 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

 

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