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  • 1. By Oluwafemi Ugbada-Jackson 3rd August 2013
  • 2. “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt “The willingness to accept responsibility for one's own life is the source from which self- respect springs.” - Joan Didion
  • 3. What is self-responsibility? The acknowledgment that you, through your thinking, feeling and behaving, are in control of how you experience life, work family etc. For many people, becoming truly responsible requires changing core beliefs.
  • 4. To most people…
  • 5. Being responsible is one of the prime requisites for any person who wants to survive independently in this world. As a child grows, he/she learns to become more responsible for the things around him/her. However, the sense of responsibility comes at different times for different people. Some mature early and shoulder responsibilities at a very young age; while others do not realize it till the time they are forced into such a situation
  • 6. It's First And Foremost Doing Right By Yourself • We all have an inner voice that whispers the right way • No matter how off course you are, it's always the right time to get back on your path. This can mean making massive changes. But it's always worth it • When you realize that your experience is within your control, You start making decisions rather than blaming others, you find yourself solving problems rather than disengaging and merely coping
  • 7. Bringing It Home • We have a responsibility to – The company – Clients – Team Members
  • 8. The Wise Choice Process 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. What’s my present situation? How would I like my situation to be? Do I have a choice here? What are my possible choices? What’s the likely outcome of each possible choice? Which choice(s) will I commit to?