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Responsibility is Authentic, Not Perfect
Guest Post by Mark Roberts Christopher Avery here. With pleasure I welcome Mark Roberts again to this blog. Mark is in management in a security services company in London, England. He shares a love for responsible leadership. Read more about Mark at the end of this post. Enjoy. Last Friday evening, I was relaxing and looking back at the week...

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Posted on 10/29/2014 07:16 am | No Comments
 
Will Smith on Living and Success
Actor Will Smith passionately espouses his philosophy for life and success in this well-crafted video. Numerous linkages to the Responsibility Process and Keys to Responsibility are evident. As you watch, listen for references to intention, awareness, and confront. This video is evocative and inspirational to say the least. If it doesn't inspire you to own who you are and step...

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Posted on 01/30/2010 11:01 am | 1 Comment
 
Ask Christopher Avery, 10 March 2009 – Listen Now
It was a great Ask Christopher Avery Q&A session today. You can listen on the player here. The questions I addressed are below. Ask your question now for the next monthly session of Ask Christopher Avery. Jim: What is the most effective way to help a person move out of the “deep victim" stance into a more self-responsible way of...

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Posted on 03/10/2009 07:38 pm | No Comments
 
Responsible Leadership Questions & Answers
I appreciate you. And I appreciate your interest in how personal and shared responsibility works in the mind. People like you joined me today for a solid hour of my best information about leading, teaming, and succeeding through 100% ownership. It's live, no-cost, and completely driven by your questions. You were there right? Or are you already enjoying the life,...

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Posted on 02/10/2009 01:49 pm | No Comments
 
Confront Reality to Avoid Living Within the Lie
I teach leaders that the third, and hardest Key to Responsibility™, i.e., to mastering your responsibility, and hence your freedom, choice, and power, is "Confront." That means to continually face the truth about a problem or upset, to see things as they are instead of as you would like them to be or hope—or more likely, pretend— they are. A...

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Posted on 01/16/2009 08:50 am | No Comments
 
Agile Over the Sea
Strange Attractors I skipped the Toronto Agile 2008 conference this year in  August. But when the call for proposals was out back in January I heard from Portia Tung that she'd read my article on Personal Agility and wished I would present Responsibility Redefined™ in Toronto. I appreciated that since I'd presented at the 2004-2007 conferences. Alas, I told her...

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Posted on 10/02/2008 04:34 pm | No Comments
 
Answers to Why People Refuse to Accept Responsibility
Ask Christopher Avery, my monthly "first Tuesday" Blog Talk Radio show (which you are listening to right now), this month addressed six important questions submitted by listeners. Maybe I'll answer your question next time... Q: Why do so many folks refuse to accept personal responsibility, preferring to pass blame onto their spouse, business partner, children, etc.? Q: Any suggestions for...

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Posted on 08/12/2008 02:24 pm | No Comments
 
Upcoming “Tame Your Teenager” Interview
Watch this video of parenting expert Mark Todhunter and then read below about my upcoming interview with Mark. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYJRN8UprnE&eurl[/youtube] Every time I speak about the Responsibility Process™ and your 3 Keys to Responsibility™ men and women approach me afterwords and ask "Christopher, when are you going to have the products and services for me to use with my family to...

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Posted on 07/22/2008 01:03 pm | 2 Comments
 
From Shame to Responsibility—How a CIO Finds Freedom
Last week in Mexico a CIO courageously told me and the roomful of people I had just introduced to Responsibility Redefined™ that my presentation showed him the way to freedom from his shame. Out of respect, I won't tell you which presentation in which city (I addressed four groups in three days), but here's his story... I'll repeat his words...

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Posted on 06/30/2008 05:16 pm | No Comments
 
Best Way to Get Others to Take Responsibility
"How can I get them to take responsibility?" is the #1 question I receive from all audiences worldwide. My answer is counter-intuitive. I say "Practice responsibility yourself." By that I mean: apply the Responsibility Process™ and Keys to Responsibility™ that I just taught you. And most (but not all) look at me like I'm completely nuts. Since they assume they...

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Posted on 06/06/2008 10:39 am | No Comments
 
 
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