Growing up, my parents always told me, before you point at somebody, next time, think about how everytime you do it, you have 3 fingers pointing back at you!

Brené Brown is a researcher professor at the University of Houston, who for the last 12 years has been studying vulnerability, courage, worthiness and shame. Most commonly know for her TEDx talk on The Power of Vulnerability (over 18 million views), she delivers thought-provoking content in an entertaining and engaging way.

This short from Royal Society of Arts (RSA) illustrates in a simple way, the negative impact of having a blaming attitude. It shows how easy it takes apart our relationships and guides us through life making others accountable for what happens to us, rather than taking our lives and our future in our own hands.

I encourage to take a step back and think about what kind of attitude are you approaching your life with. Are you holding yourself accountable? Because the moment you take ownership, you can get on the path towards shifting your reality.

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After you watch the video, make sure to scroll down and leave your comments about a situation in which, whether you or somebody close to you has taken this attitude.

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