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Success Requires Responsibility
Sudesh Sharawat, Consultant, India
Success on any major scale requires you to accept responsibility…. In the final analysis, the one quality that all successful people have…is the ability to take on responsibility. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Ethics, Culture and Values
Diane Shutt
  I agree with you Sudesh, success most definitely hinges on one taking responsibility for his/her actions, decisions, and behavior. I am an undergraduate student at University of Phoenix, studying HRM, and I have learned that compromising one's standards will only lead to distrust, dishonesty, and eventually disaster.

  Success Requires Responsibility and Discipline
Kwabena Benni
  I agree, but think it goes with discipline, because if you take up a responsibility and you do not discipline yourself to some extent, you cannot achieve succes.

   
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