Taking responsibility is tough. No one wants to admit when they mess up or they’re wrong—it goes against all our natural instincts. But when you start to point fingers and play the blame game, know that you are likely not the only one playing—chances are, there are several fingers pointing back at you. It’s best to learn to take responsibility early on—the first time—so you can learn from your mistakes and grow, becoming that much more effective as a leader.
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