Coach Evans, Master in Taekwondo, discusses life and lessons he has learned through his years of training and interacting with other human beings.
If you've ever seen an argument on Facebook or even real life, "lack of ownership" was probably to blame.
Ownership is taking responsibility for our lives. There is an inexhaustible amount of topics we could discuss, but here are some quick ones that come to mind.
Actions: It has got to be #1. No one makes me do anything....ever! All of my actions are completely up to me. Others can suggest, try to force, or threaten, but I still choose to take any action (or inaction) I do.
I hear time and time again how upset someone is on Social Media. "It ruined my whole week!" Well guess what, even if you did nothing to warrant an argument or beratement on Social Media, it was your choice to open the app, scroll along and allow yourself to be a part of whatever upset you. Own your choice. It's your fault you are upset. If you don't want to feel that way, don't get on Social Media! I'll take ownership of my actions.