The blame game. It’s a no-win situation dance that can create deep damage in relationships. But how does a person take responsibility for their own actions, and not throw shade and blame in another’s direction? To create change in behaviors that are seeded deeply within a person’s soul, it takes work. And you know what? You don’t need to do that work alone. There are plenty of resources for an individual to lean into when they’re ready to have a positive impact in their own lives, and the people around them. Coaching is one of those resources.
Asking for help is a way of life. We ask for help in so many external areas of our life (gardening, housecleaning, executive assistants, colleagues). Why is it so hard to ask for help with what’s going on INSIDE?
How can you take responsibility for your own actions and the impact that those have on others?
(FYI – the article uses another word for ‘poop’ and the opposite of ‘Heaven’.)
Best Regards, Jessica Elix
Certified Professional & Personal Life Coach
Brené Brown on Blame
You are probably a bit of a blamer – most of us are. But why should we give it up? In this RSA Short, inspirational thinker Brené Brown considers why we blame others, how it sabotages our relationships, and why we desperately need to move beyond this toxic behavior.
The One Thing That Kills
Accountability Stone Dead!
In the world of business there are some truly expert blamers. Incredibly skilled both verbally and interpersonally, they can be captivating to watch from afar but brutal face to face. With great skill they can verbally run circles around others while appearing to be the defeater.