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08 January 2009

I delegate my responsibilities

I delegate my responsibilities to other very capable hands

The more I do, the less of me I can put into each project.  That is why I delegate my responsibilities to people that I trust.  Getting the work completed well is more important than who completes it.

If I am always pouring myself out, I will run dry.  To renew my strength and be a better worker, I need to take breaks.  It is okay to stop and rest.  Resting does not make me lazy or irresponsible.  On the other hand, when I rest, I demonstrate maturity.

It is wise and reasonable to recognize when the load is too heavy.  I never put work above personal health.  Trying to do everything alone is a sign of selfish immaturity.  I cannot possibly believe that I am the only person that can get the job done well. 

I trust the people around me and I know they would love to help me once I ask for help.  I trust my ability to recognize competent and skilled people with whom I can share my load.  As the team player that I am, I welcome the ideas of others.  As a result, I allow the people around me to learn and grow. 

Others enjoy working with me because I make them feel valued.  I support the people working with me and I make myself available for questions and suggestions.  Ultimately, my work benefits from the creativity of others and I can get quality work done without exhaustion.

When I delegate, I do not obsess over every detail that may not turn out exactly as I would have done it.  Instead, I am eager to witness a fresh approach from someone else’s point of view.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1. Have I been trying to do too much because I am afraid to ask for help?
2. Who can I trust to complete my work?
3. How can I support the people who help me?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I find it easier to say no to distractions everyday

Because I have a plan for my life, it is easy to say no to distractions and I am able to stay on track.

In life, there are many pathways I may take, but I want to reach my goals and stay on track.  Saying no to distractions makes me feel empowered. 

It is important for me to put myself first.  This does not mean that I am selfish.  Putting myself first means I value my worth and that I understand that my priorities are worthwhile.

Sometimes it may not be easy to say no to a family member or friend who offers a diversion.  Remembering that I am saying no to a distraction and not to a loved one makes it easier for me to say no.

Distractions are most tempting to me when I am tired and overworked.  I recognize that this is my body and mind’s way of telling me to take a break.  Taking planned breaks to rejuvenate my mind makes it easier for me to stay focused on my goals.

Although distractions may arise everyday, these petty diversions do not tempt me.  I dismiss distractions because they steer me off course.  My direction is deliberate. Choosing to stay on track is a good decision.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Do I occasionally let distractions steer me off course?
2. When I am tempted by a distraction, do I realize that my mind and body may be telling me I need a break?
3. How can I reflect on past feelings of accomplishment to help me say no to distractions?
 

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In the sky, there is no distinction of east and west. People create distinctions out of their own minds and then beleive them to be true.

Buddha


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