TGIF. August 24, 2012 Christina Murphy You’re always in 100% control & have 100% responsibility for everything that has occurred in your life as a result of your actions or inactions. And no matter what has happened to you, you still have 100% responsibility for your actions. When you truly embrace this, your life will never be the same. Then, no matter what happens in the economy, what anybody said, did or didn’t do, you will still be 100% in control. –Darren Hardy Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related 4 Comments on TGIF. charmaine August 24, 2012 at 8:14 am (6 years ago) I agree 10%. Have a great weekend, Dayka! Reply Brooke @ Inside-Out Design September 2, 2012 at 3:56 pm (6 years ago) I love him! My husband is always listening to his books in the car. Just found you through Amber Interior Design on a post she did about beds in front of windows- I was scrolling down through the comments going to leave a comment myself, and happened to see yours where you said that the first pic Amber showed was your bedroom. It was my favorite room that she’d shown so I had to come see the blog behind the gorgeous room! 🙂 Reply Bernadette @B3HD September 3, 2012 at 4:51 pm (6 years ago) Hmmm…food for thought. I think we are 100% in control of how we react to what happens (because of our decisions and indecisions, right and wrong). I don’t believe we are 100% responsible for everything that has happened to us. That would kind of blow teamwork and higher beings and fate and luck out the window. All four things I believe in and think definitely play a part, sometimes small, sometimes enormous, in what actually is and happens. How I react, how I plan, what I do (and don’t do) yes. But it takes more than just me to make what happens in my life happen – especially since so much of my life is about the impact I have on others. Thought provoking, as always. (smile)Bernadette Reply Dayka September 4, 2012 at 10:38 pm (6 years ago) @Brooke–thank you and thanks for stopping by my blog! I love the cd’s that come in the success magazine. my subscription stopped a few years ago but i lived for those interviews! @bernadette–i think you’re right when it comes to certain things, especially like the death of children or personal sickness. when i read this, i was thinking more with regard to self-efficacy, but you bring up a good point…it’s important to qualify what we mean when we say things! ps..i love your comments but can never respond personally because you email isn’t linked to your profile. link it up so we can communicate! 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment *Name* Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.