Accepting personal responsibility . By Katrina McGarry & Cara Coe. Adopting the Creator Role.
The essence of personal responsibility is responding wisely to life’s opportunities and challenges, rather then waiting passively for opportunities to present themselves or other people to make the choices for us.
When people keep doing the same thing even when it don’t work there acting as Victims
When people change their beliefs and behaviors to create the best results they can they are called Creators
The key ingredient of personal responsibility is choice.
Seldom achieves goals
Often achieves goals
Inner Critic: The internal voice that criticizes us for all that goes wrong: "It's all my fault."
Inner Defender: The opposite of the Inner Critic — the Inner Defender tries to protect us by deflecting criticism outward: "It's all their fault."
Inner Guide: Creators resist the inner drama of the Critic and Defender; the Inner Guide objectively observes events and asks, "Am I on course or off course? If I'm off course, how can I best get back on course?"