Are You Held Accountable For Your Actions At WA?

Last Update: November 03, 2016

Seriously, are you held accountable for your actions at WA? What does this mean? This simply means:

'to consider someone responsible for something; to blame something on someone.' courtesy of The Free Dictionary

So, are you held accountable for your actions at WA?

Yes!

No!

Yay!

Nay!

Always!

Never!

errr...what was the question again?

Are you held accountable for your actions at WA? The correct answer is....yes, you are.

We should all take responsibility of our own actions here at WA.

Why? It wasn't my fault they didn't follow my instructions!

Oh, but it was...you didn't take the time to properly give them the instructions. You rushed through it. Perhaps, even borderline rudeness. Egads!

We are responsible for helping others. We are held accountable for our actions.

If you do something wrong, don't put the blame on someone else. Most likely you didn't follow the directions...

If you do something right, don't steal all the credit. Someone had to show you how to do that correctly. Whatever that is. And whoever that is, thank them. Always.

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WaynePro Premium
very well said, Brendie. We all need to take responsibility for all of our actions.

Thanks

Wayne
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Brendie Premium
Yes, we do!
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Heidi56 Premium
Quoting you: "If you do something right, don't steal all the credit. Someone had to show you how to do that correctly. Whatever that is. And whoever that is, thank them. Always."
Yeah, that's it, you nail it!
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Brendie Premium
Yay!
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Ivine Premium
Hi Brendie, we are accountable for our actions. Irv.
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Brendie Premium
Yes, we are.
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MPollock Premium
Love it and we are all responsible for are actions.
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Brendie Premium
Yes, we are.
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KeithMaki Premium
I believe we all should be held accountable and I also believe in the team factor we have!
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Brendie Premium
Yay!
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lynnsam61 Premium
I believe WA has safeguards in place for those who act out of line. But yes, we should all be conscious of treating others with respect and not stealing others' ideas and panning them off as our own.
Erica
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Brendie Premium
WA does have safeguards. But, we still need to take responsibility for our own actions and respect others. I've had ideas stolen here. Yup, right here at WA.
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lynnsam61 Premium
I've heard it goes on. Maybe my ideas aren't good enough to steal :)
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Brendie Premium
I wouldn't say they weren't good enough to steal. Perhaps, you were lucky & people were going in different directions with their ideas.

I had a couple of domain names picked out. Posted them in the Affiliate Classroom like we are supposed for ideas. Went right back to buy one & both were gone. Here is my post regarding ideas: So, I came up with a different one. Didn't mention it to anyone. Bought it after some research.
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bigrog44 Premium
I believe that you're held accountable for anything you do.
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Brendie Premium
Yes, indeed we are!
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Harry Truman once said, 'The buck stops here.' You said it Brendie.
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Brendie Premium
I agree with Truman!
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DreamAngel Premium
Good post Brendie! Yes everyone should be held accountable for their own actions! And never take credit for what someone else does!


Barbara
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Brendie Premium
Thank you!
True!
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MKearns Premium
humility moves mountains. You've got it Brendie!
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Brendie Premium
Thank you for the nice comment!
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apbridges60 Premium
AMEN - Yes I am accountable for my actions, and I HAVE to make WA a priority in my DAILY ROUTINE, no matter WHAT THE COST, if I want to pull in $10K A MONTH....... no one else is to blame for that NOT occurring yet, EXCEPT FOR ME.....
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Brendie Premium
Alright!
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JeffDolson Premium
You got that right!
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Brendie Premium
Yay!
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HarveyBrown Premium
I like it Brendie, regardless of the situation take responsibility. We all make mistakes, fess up, correct it and move on.
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Brendie Premium
True!
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onmyownterms Premium
Great advice.
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Brendie Premium
Thank you!
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AussieJeff Premium
Good advice, Brendie.
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Brendie Premium
Thank you!
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