Everything is Your Fault. Why? Complete Ownership

Elite Warriors Understand that Everything Is Their Fault- They Own It and Become Greater
Complete Ownership of Your Situations in Life Help You Grow

Are you in the habit of blaming people closest to you when things don’t go your way? We’ve all been guilty of blaming others for our shortcomings and yes, I am guilty of this extreme too.

The people who don’t pattern in casting their blame onto the world, are the top income earning elite, the mentally tough. Taking full responsibility for every aspect of their own lives, through intense training these warriors understand that to win at life, they can not allow others to have a say in the running.

In other words, they take complete ownership of every single area of their life, with extreme action, they know and believe that EVERYTHING, yes, everything is their fault!

The depressed and anxious use, “everything is my fault,” as a way to sink lower into their darkness. While the Elite Warriors use it as a stepping stone to jump to the next level and power through the shitty feeling in order to become better, by passing it in the future. 

In my training for some of the toughest obstacles in my life, this principle has become my #1 focus. “Everything is my fault, from my lot in life, my finances, my body, relationship status, even my triumphs.” I simply cannot allow anyone else to stand in my way, complete ownership is understanding that when I fail, it’s because I didn’t put enough effort into my mission…

Didn’t get that job? It’s your fault, you didn’t prepare enough, you didn’t impress human resources, you didn’t crush the interview. What do you do? Prepare, work at it and become better.

I fail at a lot of things, as an example, I’m a dick to most of the people who say they’re going to buy something from me but never do. This pisses me off, I get upset and tell them off and now I’ve lost not just them but their friends as well. Totally my fault.

Unless you play the blame game and get on the customer for not buying something because they said they would. Maybe that person just didn’t have the time or money yet?

In boot camp, I failed my 1.5 mile run 2 times before the cutoff date to start Battlestations. Was I going to blame my Chief because I couldn’t run? No, I blamed the fatty, sugary food that I CHOSE to put into my body, once I owned that shit, (literally, I shit out the bad toxins) I ate healthier and passed my run. In, How I Beat a 1 Mile Steep Mountain Run, Parker, goes into the Elite Focus and complete ownership used to complete the run.

Elite Warriors prep for their missions so entirely that even the most minute detail is never left off the table, every turning point, disaster and outcome of their objective are trained for. Who do you think these elite soldier blame if the mission goes sour and they fail?

When you live with the mentally tough mindset that everything from winning to losing is your fault and no one else’s, that is, “owning it.” When you own your actions you allow yourself to grow and conquer your goals, through intense training, studying, work, whatever it takes to accomplish your purpose. Leaving nothing on the table, no one or nothing to take credit for your milestone.

So, how do you think taking complete ownership comes together when working as a team?

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Mental Health Team (part 1)


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Can I share with you my thoughts and a little truth about your 3-way Mental Health Team? Life for you should be easier and less stressful when you take the steps to seek your Mental Health Team, not worse!

Let me ask you this, “do you feel more stress when dealing with your psychiatrist, does your medical doctor refuse to listen about your woes?” If so, it may be time to seek out other options as I am having to do.

Don’t get me wrong, my therapist is GREAT and has been helping me on this road to self-mastery, it’s the quack (not like a duck. I like them) of a psychiatrist that I have! It would seem to me that a doctor who is prescribing medications to a patient that he sees would be more than fine, if not obligated to sign some paperwork stating that I am under his care?

You see, over the past month I have been asking my psychiatrist for a note stating, “Stetson, is under my care and I prescribe him xxxxx medication, and he is not able to drive a PIT (Powered Industrial Truck) at this present time. Signed Dr. Quack.” Apparently, this is all too much to ask my Dr. to sign.

The first time I knew that I would be asked to drive a forklift at work I spoke up (isn’t that what you are supposed to do?) and let my work know of my apprehension in operating machinery while acclimating to the medication. I wanted to express that I was looking out for the safety of myself and the team. Work had sent me on a COF (certificate of fitness) which would give me 7 days to get paperwork signed from my doctor. (Ha!) 30 minutes after my work had taken me off for the seven days I was at my doctors office asking for the note. “Please fill out this form stating that you have dropped off notice for work, and this will take 10-15 days to get back to you.” She said. I’m like, “What! I need it in seven days, can you put a rush on it?” Nothing she could do. I got a call 2 weeks later stating that the doctor “would not fill out the paperwork” because, he himself did not take me off of work.

Uggh, I didn’t not need him to say he had taken me off of work, he just needed to state that I was under his care. This has been going on for a month or so, my therapist says, (Paraphrase) “he’s just trying to get out of signing any type of paperwork.”

I’ve been reading the reviews on this doctor, 22 reviews. 18 out of 22 give him 2 out of 5 stars or less :-o. Wow! And boy are they vocal?

I am just glad that I have spoken with my insurance company and they are now looking into the situation, they are APPALLED that he will not sign anything stating that I am under his care. Oh, “I did not take him off work.” is the only piece of paper that he signed after a month of trying.

No, I don’t want to lose my job over this. They are looking into accommodating me accordingly for my mental health, but without the note from the psychiatrist it shows them that I may be making it up? HA, which is not the case at all. My therapist is on board and now insurance…

Working with your Mental Health Team should give you and I a greater ability to make decisions and experience increased comfort in our relationship with others. Therapy may be painful and uncomfortable but episodes of discomfort can occur during the most successful sessions. However, I don’t feel I am getting the best results with the psychiatrist and his treatment is definately not suited to MY specific needs, when he causes me more STRESS. It’s time for me to seek another Doctor.

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I’ve written about this before. People “following” just so I follow them or so I go back to their site and buy stuff.

As a great blogger once commented, Cass* said, “probably 75% of my followers don’t read my posts.” My mind has similar thoughts. It gets to where I will start doing some “blogger cleanup!”

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If I wasn’t an alcoholic…

If I wasn’t an alcoholic I’d drink everyday. I get mad at people who have one beer.

I’m like, “really, a beer? Who goes out and drinks 1 beer?”

People are like, “Well, its Saturday and I’ve had a hard week, I am going to have A beer.” No one has ever been drunk off of one beer.  Who are these people, these people wasting beer?

“Woooah, I had a beer and I’m done.” Well maybe you’ll go home and have 1 pump of sex before you sober up? Seriously, these “social drinkers?” I don’t get it, my brain can’t comprehend having a beer and stopping. You better get outta my way if we run out before I go to sleep.

Again, if I wasn’t such an alcoholic I would drink everyday. I like beer. 

What say you to this jokingly accurate portrayal? I’d love to hear your idioms, your stories, jokes. I am but a man writing, let me know you. Drunkard or social-terd?