Chapter 30 Pass the Buck

You fail to take responsibility.

You pass things off on someone else.

You drop the ball and lack the fortitude to admit it.

You judge, disapprove, blame, and find fault in others.

Problem is, the fault is yours.

Whether you're the boss or not, you're frustrating everyone, and worse, you're shooting yourself in the foot.

News Flash: When you shirk accountability for your actions or pass the responsibility on to someone else (as opposed to delegating) people see you as a creep and a coward. Trust me. They won't say it to your face, but everyone will shake their heads when they hear your name.

Accountability as a term is overused, and as a quality, under exemplified. Understand that holding yourself accountable and going beyond what you are responsible for is the right choice; blaming others and passing the buck is the wrong one.

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