Christopher Avery

The Responsibility Process guy, reformed management consultant, author of books on personal and shared leadership, instigator.

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The Upset Is Mine: Make a Chart of Choices

Reflect and take a close look at where you have come from and where you are in your mastery of The Responsibility Process. Additionally, identify the message or experience that you can pass along to others.

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Steps

1

Replicate the chart

Repliace the chart below:

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2

Fill out: What I used to do

Write down what you used to do at work, at home, under stress, and when leading others.

Ex. Would often lay blame when things went wrong.

3

Answer: What I choose to do now

Identify what you choose to do now at work, at home, under stress and when leading others.

Ex. Catch the limiting emotion, forgive myself, and move on.

4

Write down: What I can share with others

Pick what you can share with others at work, at home, under stress, and when leading others.

Ex. Be aware of the emotions limiting your Freedom, Power, and Choice.