The Ultimate Mindset Hack: 100% Ownership

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So I like sharing mistakes.

I feel you can learn from my mistakes.

It sure gives me a lot of content to talk about.

For my online scheduling calendar, I have always used TimeTrade.

Recently, I heard people talking about a couple others, and my TimeTrade expired.

So I ended up going with Calendly, as people seemed to like that one.

So I signed up for an account, and thought everything was good to go.

On Friday, I got an email notification for an appointment for today.

It seems this LinkedIn thing is starting to pay off.

At 8:00, I went to call the guy.

However, I could not find the guy’s phone number for the life of me.

I searched all over the place, and ended up emailing him.

He got back to me about an hour later, and he was booked up for the rest of the day.

I told him the story, and told him it was 100% my fault, as I was new to Calendly.

Years ago, I would have blamed the software for not adding the phone field by default.

In business, and in life, you MUST take 100% responsibility.

Personal responsibility is a HUGE problem in our society, as so many like to place blame, and I was like that for years.

It serves absolutely ZERO purpose for you, or the person (or thing) you’re blaming.

It’s on you.

Now if someone dies, that’s not your responsibility, I am not saying that.

However, you are responsible for how you react to it. How you deal with it.

That is 100% in your control.

Over the last 24 months or so, I have made this switch, and it’s a powerful one.

I recommend you take 100% ownership for everything going on in your life.

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About the Author

My name is Adam…a stay-at-home-Dadpreneur, a marketing strategist, a horrendous fantasy football player, a dreadful golfer, a cheeseburger connoisseur and a wastebucket full of useless sports knowledge.