It’s the breeding ground for responsibility. Don’t play the victim, often there is little to gain. Sometimes you are wronged, but you are also capable of being wrong. Hold yourself and those around you accountable for their actions—or someone less lenient might. Do you remember the last time someone else had to hold you accountable? I imagine that may have been unpleasant, but accountability is a good thing. Let’s break it down. What does accountability mean? Just looking at the word you can see the word, we can define it as the ability to account (just as responsibility is the ability to respond). Oxford dictionary defines accountable as “expected to justify actions or able to explained for understood.” How many actions do we take a day without having to explain them? It’s understandable how some needing some explain can escape our radar. This concept can be carried into our habits at home at work or in our relationships. Why did you do that? It’s possible that the reason makes sense to you, but sometimes we have to answer to other people. Are you prepared to explain your actions to people who have a right to know (i.e. those directly affected by your actions)? Especially any readers with young kids who will go curious about the adults in their life. Think before you act so you can speak with pride about your actions. (https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/accountable).
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