Parenting Talk

Being Responsible: Makes Your Life Better- Favour-Enewa Adah Paul

When you do what you have promised, people see you as a responsible and reliable person. This is quite admirable, as many people won’t deal with individuals who are irresponsible. They will give their trust to friends they can count on, and give their business to companies they admire. A responsible person is one who can be trusted to act without needing strict supervision, because they are accountable for their own behavior. Keep doing it, and you’ll soon develop a reputation for following through on obligations. This course is a great tool for businesses to learn to manage their reputation across social media platforms, check it out if you want your branding to extend across all mediums.

Being trusted is a good feeling, and both children and adults like to feel they are capable of doing things on their own without any supervision. This boosts a person’s self-esteem and self-worth. For an employee they’ll soon find they’re given tasks and assignments of higher importance, ultimately leading to raises and promotions. A responsible person tackles the difficult tasks without blaming others for any set-backs or problems. Instead, they are responsible for its success or failure, and with the risk comes with a great rewards if they can pull it off.

How to be Responsible.
It’s not rocket science, being responsible simply requires you to follow a certain set of guidelines, in every action you do. Get all of these in order, and you’ll be a very responsible person:

1. If you’ve agreed to do something, just do it.
2. Be consistent.
3. Never place the blame.
4. Don’t be a complainer.
5. Don’t give an excuse.
6. Be upfront and admit when you’ve made a mistake.
7. Recognize there will be things you cannot control.
8. Take care of yourself.
9. Learn to multi-task.
10. Be someone people can count on.
11. Think with your head.
12. Don’t procrastinate.
13. Demonstrate you can handle the small stuff.

Favour Adah is Proprietress/Owner at TIVID ORPHANAGE HOME as well as Favour Adah Paul Hope Foundation. She is dedicated to helping the plight of Orphans and the less privileged. A mother, Instructor, Motivational Speaker, and dedicated christian.

Please visit and join in her Vision:  TIVID ORPHANAGE Home @ Opposite APTRO Filling Station, Along LAFIA Road, North Bank. Makurdi, Benue state.

Or Call 07053332920.

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