Former high school athlete turned cubicle-cowboy. Currently, an adult-onset athlete trying to find my inner running man.
I love when people talk about personal responsibility. Pointing the finger to people or circumstances leaves you powerless to your situation. Taking responsibility give you the power to do something about it. Just a thought I had when you were talking about being personally responsible.
If I start thinking I'm a victim, I'll never feel like I have the power to change, because I'll always be under the thumb of something or someone else. Just makes logical sense.I've gotta own it.
It's still a loss so that good. I have an idea that i'll be posting on my blog that may be helpful with the whole restuarant/research thing. In the meantime, stay determined!
Post a Comment