Are You Sabotaging Your Success by Blaming Others?
Blaming others sabotages your progress and productivity. If you want to be an entrepreneur and a leader, take ownership and accountability.
If you're an entrepreneur or a leader, you dream big. You think larger than what you want for breakfast and what do with your day. You dream about how you can change lives, make a difference in the world, create something that has never been created before. Maybe you find yourself flooded with idea after idea. You can't help it — you're wired that way.
But what if your big dreams were limited or even squandered because you're keeping yourself playing small? What if you were sabotaging your own potential?
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