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You Can Take that Initiative Yourself, Be in Control.

In the world today, many people are yet to realise the impact of their actions, as such, they often tend to blame others for the misfortunes that occur. Taking a personal responsibility has many advantages, leave alone building trust with other people. It benefits the well-being of an individual, the environment around us, as well as the society at large in the various fields that we engage in.

As technology advances, more opportunities are emerging, and only the concerned people are able to reap the benefits from this trend. There are many niches in the business world that need to be filled, thus there is need to have more responsible citizens who can take the initiative to close those gaps. Besides learning from one’s mistakes, a responsible person is conveniently honest thus earns trust from his/her clients and is more independent; he/she is sure of the impacts of their actions hence can make better decisions.

Being responsible improves your relationship with other people. You earn a lot of respect by being responsible. In fact, you become a role model, and people yearn to emulate you. It all starts with the simple basics such as being competent, fulfilling your promises, talking the truth, and being passionate about people’s interests. Most of your clients will be enticed by those traits since they prove how concerned and responsible you are.

There are several things a person can do to improve his/her personal responsibility and they include:

  • Avoiding excuses whenever you make a mistake.
  • Avoid complaining about wrecked situations.
  • Learning efficient ways to manage your finances
  • Put an end to procrastination.
  • Ensure that you are consistent in what you do and keep your word.

It is the high time that people should take the initiative to bring the change we all want to witness. If not now, then when?

About Sarah Karingi

Sarah Karingi, the Queen of Business Networking, is an expert in Business Networking, and an award-winning topmost BNI networker in East Africa.

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