Personal Responsibility for One’s Condition

June 30, 2020 pwm1

You can serve a person the world on a silver platter, but until that person understands, embraces, and applies the concepts of work ethic, humility, personal responsibility, and empathy they will never succeed; they will never be happy. Once these attributes are adopted, however, true success is inevitable.

— Mike Hazell (Image Licensed by Penn Wealth)

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