How to Take Responsibility

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Hi, this is Dr. Fab Mancini and thank you so much for joining us. I’m so excited about this season because it’s about you. Yes, I’m doing the topics that you’re writing me about and that way, you can make sure that I’m keeping the subjects relevant to what you need in your life right now.

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Hi, this is Dr. Fab Mancini and thank you so much for joining us.

I’m so excited about this season because it’s about you.

Yes, I’m doing the topics that you’re writing me about and that way, you can make sure that I’m keeping the subjects relevant to what you need in your life right now.

Now this one actually comes from Marius by email and he’s in Vienna. Marius writes, “Dr. Fab, how do I take responsibility?”

Now remember, I learned a long time ago that the word responsibility really means the ability to respond.

And I want you to know that there was a time when I was president of Parker Seminars that we had a lot of people, we had a lot more people than we expected.

We went from almost 2000 to 9000 people.

And what happened?

We didn’t enough manpower to stuff the welcome packets.

So the day we got there, we realized we didn’t have enough manpower, and I spent until 3 o’clock in the morning, from 6 o’clock in the afternoon the day before, stuffing envelopes.

Why?

Because ultimately, I’m the president.

I’m in charge.

It’s my responsibility.

I took responsibility.

No it wasn’t easy, but I loved every minute of it.

Let me share with you three things right now that you can do to take responsibility.

The first one is: respond to life constructively.

Yes, many of us respond to life as a victim or we do things that are destructive in nature.

I want to make sure that you’re right, your ability to respond should be constructive.

It should be for the better and not the worse of yourself.

The second thing is be assertive.

When you take responsibility, own it.

Just be assertive about it and don’t let other people influence to question whether you should take responsibility or not. It doesn’t matter what the responsibility is.

Own it.

Be assertive.

And the last one is, learn from it.

Why?

Because when you take responsibility, there’s always lessons.

Lessons of being in charge.

Lessons of understanding that this is your responsibility.

Lessons that allow you to be the best version of yourself.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these tips, and I can’t wait to see you on the next one.

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