Playing the Blame Game?

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Bob Greenwood. November 8, 2012. ( over 9 years ago ) 1,718 views

Ever notice how negative some business owners can be and how their talk is all about blaming others for their business problems?

If you are going to blame others for your business issues or problems, at least tell them to their face why they are the reason.


Acknowledge that you really are the result of your design for your business; there is no one to blame for what you have not achieved.

If you’re going to live in a world where others are the reason, then tell them they are. If you can’t do that, then admit they are really not the reason, you are. Consider they didn’t force you to do anything as it is and was all your choice.

The next time you hear a shop owner playing the blame game, ask them for details—who and what exactly did they do? We’ve got to address people who won’t take responsibilities for their own actions and are forever looking for the excuses as to why “they” can’t move forward. On the other hand, if someone specific is making a mess for our industry, let’s work together and get them out of it.

Just a little straight and honest talk.

Bob Greenwood

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Bob Greenwood
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada