Who is to blame?

Who is to blame?

When reading this passage, I remembered the window and the mirror from Good to Great. Some leaders look through the window and see others to blame. Other leaders look in the mirror and only see themselves to blame. Which leaders at the most respected and get the best results? The ones who are looking in the mirror when something goes wrong.

Whatever is wrong in your company, whatever is wrong in your relationships, whatever is wrong in your life is on you. No one else can keep you from making your dreams a reality. No one else can stand in your way. No one else can determine your future. You are the problem. But you are also the solution.

You can become a better person. You can accept responsibility for what is wrong. You can grow. Because only you can choose who you are going to be in life.

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David is an accountant and adviser for small business owners. He also coaches clients on leadership and success. David is an avid reader. He blogs regularly on the books that he is currently reading.

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