How much responsibility are you willing to take?

Posted: May 6, 2010 in Motivational, Youth Development

The more responsibility you assume, the more successful you’ll become.

Some people look at a difficult situation and say, “that’s not my concern.”

Others look at the same situation and say, “I’ll make it my concern, and I’ll do something about it.”

Guess who ends up being more successful?

There are plenty of perfectly reasonable and legitimate reasons to avoid responsibility.

So why would anyone choose to assume responsibility?

Because choosing to take responsibility means choosing to achieve, choosing to succeed, choosing to make a truly positive difference.

You can get by fairly well without assuming much responsibility. But is
that really what you want – just to get by?

The next time you see people running away from responsibility, make the choice to get yourself running towards it.

Make the choice that will bring you success and achievement.

Choose to take responsibility, and you’ll be choosing to succeed.

Dedicated to our dedicated members of PYR.

  1. Yes with responsibility comes power, but take that positively and not mis use it. Be responsible achieve something and you will see immense growth in your personality.

    • ahkath says:

      Yes Beenish, self accountability with authorities you have is the essential part of every one’s life, regardless of his/her class… i.e. whoever he or she be, the authorities and power are not to be misused, but used only for the welfare and betterment of other fellow beings.

  2. Ali says:

    MashAllah nice article but honestly I think one has to make sure the responsibilty he takes on is not over burdenning himself! That person should focus on the main things as well. If you end up not offering namaz because of your other responsibilities then I would put a big question mark!

    • ahkath says:

      I totally agree with you M. Ali Yaqoob bhai. These are the things which are mandatory in your life without which, being a Muslim, one’s life is incomplete.

  3. Abid Beli says:

    First i would say that Hameed bhai you rock:) Secondly that article is really inspired me alot & also agreed with beenish on her comment.

  4. Junaid says:

    Nice Article Hameed Bhai and even nicer that its from the person who is himself a living example too. Its quite easier to get out of picture by implementing “Why Me” strategy. But Life’s MEANINGS becomes productive when given a little time/thought to….. “Why not”. thats it… just “Why Not”…

    Long time ago my teacher said “If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem”. And it is really playing a major role in Good Part of my life.

    • ahkath says:

      Thanks Junaid Bhai for your kind words…really I am not any example rather I always need someone as my mentor and I do try to learn even an small thing from my mentors.
      It reminds me a quote of – Confucius –

      The Problem Solver: Tell me and I will forget, Show me and I will remember, Involve me and I will understand 🙂

  5. SMKhan says:

    Simply splendid… you should write more often… on behalf of the PYR Management… a note of thanx.

    Keep Inspiring…

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