[Guest Post] Why Blaming Other People is Stupid (and what to do instead)
I recently published an article on LeadX.org where I focus on what to do when failure arises instead of blaming other people. I wanted to tell you about this post here, and if you like what you see, you may like to read the rest.
Anyways… this is how the post begins
The life you live offers an array of lessons on a daily basis.
Almost about everything you do, experience, see, hear, and feel provides you with lessons. These lessons offer you the means to grow and improve.
But it’s easy to forget this as we race through life at an almighty pace.
We work, hustle, do-do-do, and rarely take notice of the lessons we’re given. Yet one of the biggest lessons I’ve personally learned in recent years (which I discovered while writing my latest book, ‘The Successful Mistake’), centers around an aspect of life that offers no lessons at all: BLAME!
It’s a process that offers you no value, and little in the form of lessons.
As such, it’s one of the biggest lessons of all.
Because how much time have you wasted in your life blaming yourself, other people, or the situation (playing the victim and wishing it wasn’t so).
If you’re anything like me, you have wasted a lot of time hating, whining, frustrating, and venting. You play the blame game and it makes you feel better (for a few seconds), but what happens next?
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