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  Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery.   Upsets tick us off. It is hard to read “every upset is an opportunity to learn” and think oh joy. So ponder this a little more. Upsets trigger The Responsibility Process. … Continue reading

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Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery.   It is a thousand times easier to see The Responsibility Process at work in others than in ourselves. Remember this. It is one of the most important principles for practicing responsibility. … Continue reading

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  Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery.   Intention is defined as “the thing that you plan to do or achieve: an aim or purpose.” For example, “I intend to meet with my team today.” It is a … Continue reading

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Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery.   The first key to Responsibility is Intention. Specifically, it is your Intention to operate from the mental state of Responsibility when things go wrong. Operating from any other mental state means … Continue reading

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Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery.   You are dressed in your finest business suit for your big presentation to the board. And then it happens, you bump somebody in the hall on the way to the meeting … Continue reading

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Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery.   One of my colleagues uses a sign-off at the end of his emails—”Control the sail, not the wind”—which is a great summary for the concept of personal responsibility. Those six words … Continue reading

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Excerpted from The Responsibility Process by Christopher Avery. For millennia advisors have told us that taking 100 percent personal responsibility is the first principle of success. These advisors include philosophers such as Socrates; success experts like Napoleon Hill, Jack Canfield, … Continue reading

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A few days ago I announced the print publication of The Responsibility Process. Today, the ebook is available on Kindle and iBook/iTunes. This book is for anyone interested in leading themselves and others to greater degrees of freedom, choice, and power. … Continue reading

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For ten years people have asked when I would write the book on The Responsibility Process. It is done. The Responsibility Process was published last Friday (Amazon). Read advance praise from early reviewers. Here’s an excerpt from the Break through problems, … Continue reading

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Are you unhappy or frustrated at work? Have you thought this about your team: “I can’t be responsible for the quality of my team’s efforts.” “Getting on a good team is mostly a matter of luck.” “If I’m part of … Continue reading

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