Ownership: Taking Responsibility of One’s Actions

Ownership.jpg

OWNERSHIP: TAKING RESPONSIBILITY OF ONE’S ACTIONS

Listen to the 8 Keys of Excellence Big Blend Radio Panel Discussion focusing on OWNERSHIP, the 6th Key of Excellence. Featured guests include: Bobbi DePorter- Co-Founder of SuperCamp, Ralph Masengill – author of “Conquer Change and Win,” and Sarah Elliston – author of “Lessons from a Difficult Person.”  Music featured on this episode is “Better Man This Year” by Jeff Kossack Tall Men Group.

Ownership is our willingness to take responsibility for the choices we make. When we take responsibility for our choices, others know they can count on us and we earn their respect.

 

When we take ownership of everything we do and say and stop blaming things outside ourselves for situations that occur in our lives, we have greater control. We may not be able to control everything that happens in our lives but we can control how we respond to what happens. By taking ownership of our actions we create a huge shift in our life. Ownership is a whole-life concept. We can take ownership of our education, our relationships, our fitness, our fun—all areas of our life. And when we take ownership we take pride and feel confident and fulfilled.

OWNERSHIP is the 6th Key within the 8 Keys of Excellence Program. Created by Bobbi DePorter, Co-Founder of SuperCamp and President of Quantum Learning Network, the 8 Keys of Excellence character education program guides young people toward a positive future full of confidence, motivation, creativity, team work, leadership and valuable life principles. See www.8Keys.org. “

TAKE A VIRTUAL WALK THROUGH THE EXCELLENCE HALL OF FAME
Take a virtual walk down the Excellence Hall of Fame, to reflect upon some of the wise words written and spoken by eight leaders and spokespeople, who exemplify the OWNERSHIP Key of Excellence!

 

Join The Excellence Effect, a movement to build excellence in the lives of 50 million young people worldwide through the 8 Keys of Excellence family and school character programs. Visit www.8Keys.org

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

No Feedback Received