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Taking ownership is a hard thing for most people to do.


Taking ownership is a hard thing for most people to do. Being able to say “that’s on me, I didn’t do xxx” hardly comes out of people’s mouths these days.

I used to be one of them. Anytime I would mess up I would agonize over it and try to find the excuse as to why the situation happened in the first place, I usually had some pretty good reasons as well. It wasn’t until I stopped trying to come up with excuses and just simply said “that’s on me” that I felt as though my life made a change.

I make mistakes, all the time in fact, and owning up to them and leaving it at that has been key for me. Sure I still have the urge to get defensive and want to try and prove why what I did was justified but at the end of the day what does that prove.

Sending a simple note that says, “that’s on me” really just does it. It’s short and simple and lets the person know you realize you messed up. If you learned something, even better.

Taking ownership can be hard but when you start making this a regular habit, I am telling you, your life will take off in extraordinary ways.

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