The big reason why most people continue to fail in life is because they blame everyone and everything. The issue with the blame game is that it takes responsibility out of your hands therefore you don’t control your situation. Taking ownership of every situation and reflecting on what you could have done and what lesson you could have learned will help you become better at not blaming everyone.
Great leaders don’t rush to blame. They instinctively look for solutions.
From reading The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson I learned that in the success curve and in the failure curve the main difference is the blame game.
Based on the Video above here is a Summary of the 4 Step to stop Blaming others….
1. What lesson is the situation trying to teach you.
2. Admit that you might have helped create the problem.
3. Take some alone time and review the situation.
4. Let go and detach yourself from the
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