Priorities, discipline, flexibility, responsibility

Yesterday I wrote about developing discipline as part of responsibility. I also recently wrote that you get what you need. So this morning I got what I need to learn that priorities and flexibility in  discipline are extremely important aspects of responsibility. My wonderful wife Dr. Elaine Kindle, the founder and director of Life Focus […]

Discipline and will power through practice

Yesterday I mentioned that I started a new way of improving my discipline and will power through practice. The method comes from Stuart Wilde, a Western disseminator of Taoism, who is one of my many mentors. I have never met him but have some of his books and audios. Being true to your words is […]

You are one hundred percent responsible for your results

Continuing the responsibility series and the presuppositions of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) we get to the idea: You are one hundred percent responsible for your results This is again one of those useful lies of NLP. As I mentioned before these are not actually lies but such strong success producing beliefs that they would be useful […]

Plagiarism, authenticity and responsibility

I recently wrote a series on responsibility: Affirmations for responsibility E Prime as a way to be responsible Sincerity and integrity as forms of responsibility Humility and the power of don’t know leads to responsibility Acceptance as responsibility I language and responsibility Responsibility and must Today I wish to write about Plagiarism, authenticity and responsibility […]

Affirmations for responsibility

I recently wrote a series on responsibility (response-ability – the ability to accept whatever happens and actively respond). I’m currently moving some old articles from the main web site to the blog. Here are some affirmations to help us accept what is: I relax and let go and wonderful things come to me. Today I […]

Sincerity and integrity as forms of responsibility

Continuing our series on responsibility we get to sincerity and integrity as forms of responsibility. Yesterday I was talking to a friend about self-help gurus who knowingly or unknowingly perpetuate untruths for the sake of the point they are trying to make. So today I was going to start a marketing effort based on quotes […]

Humility and the power of don’t know leads to responsibility

Continuing with responsibility series we get to humility and the power of don’t know. Again this is paradoxical when you are flexible and accept that you may be wrong, when you are humble and know that there is much that you don’t know, you act in a wiser more responsible manner. I was talking to […]

Acceptance as responsibility

Continuing our series on responsibility we get to acceptance of whatever is. We defined responsibility as the ability to respond to whatever is. Therefor you may think that acceptance is the opposite of responsibility. However, acceptance is not passive but the first stage to change. It appears contradictory but it is in reality a paradox […]

Responsibility and must

I’m starting a short series of posts about responsibility or better response-ability. This first article explains that there are very few “musts” (have to) in your life. Other than needing to eat, breath and other physiological needs everything else is a choice in reality. You may claim that you have to pay your taxes. Actually […]