The Responsibility Of Your Life
All of those with their own weight is the term “responsibility.” Some people fear it, some assume it. And we are all looking at it in a certain way.
In human development, responsibility can be seen as the ability to respond (responsibility) and as such it is the domain you have over certain fields that enables you to effectively guide what is being presented and to act.
The question is: why are you fleeing responsibility? It can be for comfort, for fear of the insecurity of the outcome, and also for manifest mediocrity.
However, human beings who are committed to assuming responsibility survive for their life. It’s not about overloading yourself with excessive tasks, but about making things work with yourself. And this is only done with the intention in mind.
The simple fact of thinking about what it means to be accountable – first with you, then before others, and later, through interaction with the environment you are moving – implies a high, undelegated degree of commitment that can be heavy for many. This is why, in the broadest sense of the word, they tend to be reckless. Think about it and respond to yourself: who are you?
Sensitive or decisive action: this is your option
Depending on the level of concern you are caused by the situation, three kinds of responsibilities can be identified: reactive, proactive, and creative.
Stephen Covey, lecturer and management expert, commented that emotion consumes everything when an individual is plunged in a circle of concern, whether actual or imaginary, thus reducing his power. This occurs because it is reactive.
In the other hand, as an individual continues to travel and to take responsibility, his radius of control starts to increase, the worry reduces, and a virtual space becomes constructive.
In these ideas, three types of personal responsibility for the subjects we engage can be identified: reactive, constructive and imaginative. All depends on the place you plan to hold.
This behaviour shows that you respond before a case, even though it is late, even if you have any clues that anything might happen. Many arguments and explanations of why the pause happens after the occurrence are popular.
For eg, you would do your utmost to mitigate disruption, even though it is late, in the midst of something you’ve seen coming in your personal or working life. It is like trying to fire a bucket like that played by children instead of calling the fire brigade.
We might assume this is a reactive urgent approach to the accomplished, even though there were already hints and often you have all the facts about the outcome.
There is an analysis carried out in the state of Louisiana (US) after Hurricane Katrina ravaged several areas. They asked the people who had lost everything whether they thought in a way that they could be responsible for the disaster. The overwhelming majority of the citizens were highly offended; and a small few said yes, for instance, having deliberately opted to move in a place frequented by hurricanes, or not having bought the requisite insurance, or having made the construction permits there, or not meeting alerts given.
Any common phrases of those that are reactively responsible are “I haven’t realised what was happening,” “I tried but…” “I’ve intended to do it” or, “I forgot to advise that it might happen,” “I have helped in solving this issue from some moment on” or “I’m powerless” or…”
If you can see, in these situations there is a lot of victim behaviour, instead of taking complete responsibility for not acting.
You may have discussed the potential situations and cause at a deeper stage. you have collaborated with them and developed a plan to implement if an unusual situation happens, i.e. you have taken action.
When you decide to design disaster prevention systems, you cause accidents to be reduced which you will regret later.
For example, in the commercial teams of different firms in whom I work, it is common for them to draw up contingency plans when situations are sensitive, developing alternative scenarios in advance that would enable them to continue to take action even if the paths are different or not the right ones they expect.
It is incredibly important for the dynamic of obligation that you take an active role and that you take a habit of action, which is to drive to the best outcome possible, to anticipate situations that might inevitably happen. It is a common practise in disciplines such as engineering and science for example when setting safety requirements that are adhered to without exceptions.
In this context, there are several sentences from those that are proactively responsible: ‘I have to respond urgently,’ ‘I take care of the crisis’ and ‘Who makes me take this aspect of the problem together in this way? I know that I will overcome what happens if we travel together,” “I am searching for the right alternatives.”
The application of your artistic duty, in this case, is done by means of vision and inventiveness, an ability that all people have, although many say otherwise in terms such as “I’m not creative.”
To demonstrate, once a customer was completely crippled by the coronavirus pandemic in the tourism industry. He found a way to generate income by taking part in a series from virtual seminars on his subject, using his imagination, which in turn allowed him to market his services. He managed to attract what are now customers of participants from different countries and even signed a European alliance with other associations to offer the same seminars.
It is also said: “I’m looking for a return to this topic,” “I’m going to think of something witty,” “I’m a creative guy and I know how to move on” and ” I’m in control of it and I’m going to solve it. “
3 other responsibilities suggestions
People do not oppose reform; they do not resist change
A meme circulates in social media that shows people in two rows: a sign says, “Who wants the change?” The other row says “Who wants to change?” And reveals just 2 or 3 people.
This demonstrates that the transition starts with the individual and comes through an inner decision of taking responsibility for all activities of your life.
Question by question change
This technique will help you reverse cases in which you don’t know whether you took responsibility or not. Ask yourself: What stops me from taking responsibility for this? Is there an internal trend I am using to behave like that? What if I took responsibility? What if I don’t accept accountability, what will be the consequences?
It’s about expanding the range of view on situations, taking responsibility for victimisation and inaction.
Change the protest against a suggestion and condemn the point
If you see, the biggest thing about accountability is to take initiative by taking responsibility. You are somehow demonstrating or saying, by not taking responsibility, your implied or tacit disagreement. Continue then with plans, solutions, and at least three courses of action are often proposed: this is the purest responsibility of proactivity.
Expressions of reproach appear externally also in the responsive mode. You deviate from your responsibility and fall into your role as a victim every time you point your finger to the outside. This is the case with those who say, “I belong to such a cause and don’t ask me to place my signature and paper.” You prefer to take a resounding no.
Instead of reproaching if you do not accept, change your signature and stamp to a formal claim: it is considerably different. This form means that you take up your full responsibilities and set any alternatives in motion, so we don’t simply protest because we are trying to find answers.
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