It’s All My Fault

If you are involved in something that goes wrong, never blame others. Blame no one but yourself.

If you have touched something, accept total responsibility for that piece of work.

If you accept responsibility, you are in a position to do something about it.

Here are some common excuses for failure:

  1. It was a terrible brief.
  2. I need a better partner.
  3. There wasn’t enough money to do it properly.
  4. The director didn’t listen to me.
  5. I was too busy on other projects.
  6. I wasn’t given enough time.
  7. The client took out the best ideas.

Most of these grievances are every day on every job. That won’t change.

The point is that, whatever other people’s failings might be, you are the one to shoulder the responsibility.

There are no excuses.


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