You are your own responsibility

Craig Riviere
Nov 20, 2017 · 2 min read

Some of you may be saying "Well what do you mean Craig? Of course we are our own responsibility, durr." My response would be "well act like it?"

There are people being dragged out of bed, pulled through their day with almost no control over what goes on in their day, then plonked right back in bed, to repeat the whole day again.

We ALL want to be happy, have the best for ourselves and make our lives feel like it has real purpose and is not about being content with a below mediocre life.

Take real responsibility for creating the best life possible for yourself and showing the world you are valuable.

If you are unhappy, unsatisfied with your situation, lost as to where your life is going, feeling a lack of progress, then change it! Don’t sit and think that you’ve just been dealt the bad deck of cards or waiting for someone to give you a break, it doesn’t work that way.

Waiting for life to deal with you means you have no inspiration or belief in yourself, your life will shape according to the work you put into it and demand from it. Demand greatness, put in the work and your life will reflect what you’ve put in.

But I know everyone of you have put in this type of positive hard working energy before and wonder where your results are, but if you’ve stopped then you gave up on yourself and lost the patience needed to see the results.

The best things in life don’t come easy and the things that do come easy are probably going to be lost just as easy.

Life is a tough but fulfilling journey, but it all starts with you believing in yourself to take responsibility for making it great. I’m telling you now, the world owes you nothing and there are other people working hard for themselves and for others to make life great, what makes you think your going to get handed all the things you’ve dreamt of without the work behind it?

Start putting the work in and act like your life is yours and not somebody else’s, to drag you along a path you dislike.

Craig Riviere

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