When we take responsibility for something, we are not in it for ourselves but looking at what we can bring to a situation and/or other people, be that our workplace, an interaction, a match or anything you care to mention.
Tanya Curtis, Senior Behaviour Specialist and founding director of FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre, talks about being responsible in the context of everything having an outcome and thus, everything having an impact on everything else and everybody else. She puts self-responsibility and taking responsibility into a bigger context, beyond the interaction and occurrence.
The opposite of self-responsibility is the desire for self-gain and the intent to get something out of most if not all situations, whenever and possible.
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