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The First Principle of Success
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, and Tony Robbins; spiritual leaders Norman Vincent Peale and Robert Schuller; and management experts like Steven Covey and Marshall Goldsmith....

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Posted on 11/12/2016 01:15 am | 1 Comment
Explaining the Stages of The Responsibility Process
The Responsibility Process™ is not a management tool. It’s a tool for self-leadership -- for leading yourself wherever you want to be. And it’s the most amazing framework for learning, growth, and success I know. Are you new to the The Responsibility Process? Let me offer a quick explanation. Most success experts since Socrates have said that taking 100% personal...

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Posted on 04/08/2014 03:28 pm | 1 Comment
New Agile Adoption Book Touts Responsibility Redefined™
If you care about personal, team, and organizational agility, run—don't walk—to buy Agile Adoption Patterns: A Roadmap to Organizational Success. Author Amr Elssamadisy has a rich background helping companies adopt agile practices. Amr has worked with Thoughtworks and Valtech (where I first met him), and is now a partner with Gemba Systems whose three partners I know, like, trust, and...

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Posted on 07/18/2008 10:09 am | 2 Comments
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